French Shabby Chic Style: Part 2 – Table Decoration

As you know I love shabby chic french style and have already brought you my favourite french shabby stationery, so today I am going to share with you the second in the series –  table decorations.

If you are creating your own shabby chic inspired wedding table decoration, think soft pastel colours, gleaming glassware, an array of white and pastel flowers all finished with a sophisticated chic finish. The design is soft with a feminine feel and its essence lies in renovating older pieces of importance.  A regimented unified look is not important for a shabby chic design, so feel free to mix and match glassware, vases and even crockery to achieve your own bespoke design.

I have a huge library of images, so these are my favourite venue decoration images as well as a few recent key finds if you are creating your own DIY french shabby chic wedding theme.

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Heavenly Blooms

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If you are looking to hire crockery for your wedding, Vintage Tea Sets specialise in vintage china hire and the styling of antique and vintage tableware dating from the 1820s up to the 1950s, across the UK.

vintageteasets - crockery hireIf you are looking to create your own shabby chic theme here are a few of my recent finds:

shabby chic wedding accessories

Bird cages: Garden Cast, French Jug/ Vase: Graham and Green, Decorative glassware: John Lewis, Candelabra: Not on the High Street, Hat Boxes: Roses and Teacups, Tealight Holders: Graham and Green.

If you are designing your own shabby chic wedding, I would love to see pictures and if your looking for other table theme decorations check out Chateau Chic.

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  • A lovely post, Monique!
    I think you can get the look quite easily with candelabras, chandeliers,distressed furniture and with the right florals thrown in. I personally ADORE the birdcages and am going to have to get myself one sometime soon!
    Many thanks:)