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Glamorous Fuchsia & Blue Tabletop – TESTING 123

Glamorous Fuchsia & Blue Tabletop

Today’s Friday Flowers is pure sophisticated elegance! Working with the beautiful setting of Scottsdale’s Country Club at DC Ranch, Petal Pusher and Stephanie Fay Photography created a vibrant tabletop and dessert table in shades of deep fuchsia, royal blue, and gold. We adore all of the elegant touches, including calligraphy menus by LittleOwl Letterpress and gorgeous flowing chair covers from Wildflower Linen, and are completely over the moon for the embossed gold cake created by Classic Cakes and Confections (and the sparkly dessert table backdrop too!). Prepare to swoon over all of the glamorous details!

Glamorous Fuchsia Royal Blue Wedding IdeasBlue Gold Fuchsia Wedding Tabletop

Elegant Blue and Gold Place Setting

Wedding Portraits Stephanie Fay 4Elegant Champagne Chair Cover Orchids

Fuchsia Wedding FlowersRoyal Blue Wedding Linens

Elegant Fuchsia Gold Blue Tabletop

Embossed Gold Wedding CakeGlittery Gold Photo Booth Background

Wedding Photography Stephanie Fay PhotographyGolden Pear Place Cards

Gold Blue Hot Pink Wedding Dessert Table

Glamorous Fuchsia Blue Gold TabletopElegant Wedding Chair Covers

Photography – Stephanie Fay Photography \ Venue – Country Club at DC Ranch \ Floral – Petal Pusher* \ Cake – Classic Cakes and Confections \ Rentals – Tri Rentals \ Linens – Wildflower Linen \ Stationery – LittleOwl Letterpress

*Petal Pusher is a member of the EAD Vendor Guide. To find vendors in your area, click here, or if you are a vendor interested in applying, click here.

9 thoughts on “Glamorous Fuchsia & Blue Tabletop

  1. I stumbled upon your site looking for some inspiration… and sincrely glad to have done so. For me, its all about the Royal blue velvet table cloth – so close to International Klein blue (my favourite colour), hence being drawn in to comment!

    Its a bold use of such a strong colour. And contrasts perfectly with the fuscia.

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