modern wedding placesetting STOCK PHOTOS
When you are designing for clients, one of the “problems” you have to work through is the problem of choices. From picking color palettes and menu details to chargers and linens, it’s your job to help guide your clients to the perfect option for their big day. The funny thing is though, even when you have all of the perfect pieces picked, you still have options on how you’re going to set it all!
So, as a team of wedding professionals, we wanted to build a collection that made it easy for you to blog, show, and share all of your advice and expertise when it comes to modern wedding placesettings - because we’ve all had design meetings that went long debating napkin folds and where to put the butter knife. So, meet our newest collection of styled stock photography (and the photos that will help you educate your clients) - Well Placed!
When you’re working through placesetting options, sometimes you just need a little something different. And, whether you and your clients are looking to put a spin on a formal plated meal or want to follow placesetting etiquette to the T, these modern wedding placesetting stock photos are as much form as they are function - thanks to our friends at Ro and Co. Events! Robin is a whiz at designing creative placesettings and tablescapes, so it was great having her on-site to style different examples for you. (There are 6 different napkin folds in this one if you were curious!)
our creative PARTNERS
A huge thank you to our friends Robin of Ro and Co. Events for designing such beautifully moody look for us, Samantha of Hostess Haven for bringing all of the tabletop pieces, Witty Rentals for letting us load up on chairs, Posies Floral Co. for arranging a stunning centerpiece, and Kasia for inviting us to shoot in Pop Studio!
topics & TALKING POINTS
Need some ideas about how to put these images to good use? Here are some quick projects and talking points the images from this collection are perfect for!
Talking about formal versus more casual placesettings
Having conversations about different napkin folds
Making updates to your website (specifically your process page)
Blogging about designing tablescapes for plated meal service
Describing your approach to unique color combinations
because we play FAVORITES
These are the images that each of us dig the most.
Whether you’re working on something big or small, there are tons of ways to incorporate images from this collection into your brand! Use them as backgrounds in your Instagram stories, heroes for your blog posts, crop and use them to refresh your website, open them up in Photoshop or Canva and use them to create marketing materials for booking season. Whatever floats your boat, go ahead and do it - seriously!