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Tabletop: Urban Cool

A simple concept tied tastefully to several elements of the celebration carries just the right weight, and makes an elegantly understated impression

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The couple that travels together stays together, right? We asked Megan Clark at Clutch Events to come up with a plan for a duo with hometown pride, lots of stamps in their passports, and a community of friends and family who can connect and share stories. On a chevron-striped runner and amid low, jewel-toned flowers, graphic city icons mark tables, seat cards are luggage tags, and packets of old-school postcards and vintage stamps send guests home with a mission—but not before they share raspberry Pavlova, a novel and delicious meringue-based dessert named for a Russian ballerina.

TWO SIDES
“Talk things out so that both of you are represented in the look and feel of the day; couples who have opposing ideas about décor can look for compromise in food, music, and the ceremony.”
—Megan Clark  Clutch Events, 206-660-5720, clutchevents.com

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Paper goods Red Sparrow Design (206-905-9305; redsparrowdesign.com)
Drink tags and favors Heathoriginal (206-422-2136, heathoriginal.blogspot.com)
Flowers Christopher Flowers (206-619-5337, christopherflowers.biz)
Dessert Tallant House (425-737-1533, tallanthouse.com)
Napkins Platinum Designs (206-369-6821, pdseattle.com), Spoonflower (spoonflower.com)
Table linens, dinnerware, serving pieces, place settings Aria Style (206-352-5778, ariastyle.com)
Chairs Pravda (206-728-1177, pravdaevents.com)

Styling by Clutch Events | Photographs by Dennis Wise

 

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