Tabletop patterns cover a wide range of color palettes and unique designs. Some patterns reflect how artisans delve into traditions to create current classics. Decorative motifs such as florals, lace and imagery continue to be seen century after century. What distinguishes the work of the best designers working today is their inspired use of history updated for the present. These timeless designs reflect the way we live today and yet connect the bride with traditional looks.
There is a large and varied selection for your choice. Many designers prefer white linen as the background for their designs. But don't be afraid to surprise your guests with unexpected settings. Select colorful linens that reflect shades from your china to provide a more informal look. Select compatible casual napkins and placemats to provide even more variety. It's fun to use formal china for a picnic. It's colorful to mix patterns and provide an eclectic look to your dinner table. The old rule of no candle light until after six o’clock has given way so use candles anytime. We encourage you to know the rules and to know when to break them.
Vera Fernandes, a Certified Wedding Specialist, has planned weddings for brides and grooms for more than 10 years and is the inspiration for providing unique, designs and decor for social and corporate events and owner of Weddings Simply Unique, LLC. Incorporating not only weddings, but baby showers, anniversaries, and social parties, and injecting her unique take on design and detail, Vera wanted to encompass all her passion of providing excellent service into a one stop shop for design and decor, planning, consultation to take care of all the needs of planning a special event, place where all can come and be inspired, so Vera's Events was born, a wedding and event planning company. Vera has passion for events, new designs, technology, reading and taking your vision and designing an elegant event. Visit her showroom located at 1163 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut