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I really love all the reds and greens you see around at this time of year. They’re traditionally festive colours, they’re comfortingly familiar, and they are sooo cosy. But sometimes, you want to shake out of the norm and do something a little different. This is where this styled table shoot comes in to offer you a fresh and modern way to style your winter wedding tables. Or even your holiday feast table at home. It’s a very versatile look, and it would look amazing during the colder months from winter to spring.

The inspiration behind the shoot comes from the stylist, Holly Marder:

“I was drawn to muted greens and peachy tones, mindful of ensuring that Anouschka’s signature feminine style and brand aesthetic was still visible in the choices I made.

The palette combined organic olive and pistachio tones, with opulent brass and gold tones and a touch of peach to finish the look off.

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I wanted the look and feel to be natural, organic and feminine, with touches of opulence.

A gold sequinned table runner and shimmering gold vintage cutlery infused the look with a glamourous appeal, yet napkins wrapped in twine, wooden bistro chairs, simple monochromatic stationery, a nonchalant bouquet with sprays of herbs, roses and wildflowers, diffused the opulence and kept everything looking and feeling organic and naturally feminine.”

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So, which elements will you take for your tables? I love the sequinned runner – always adds a real touch of glamour!

All the Pictures


Workshop and photography – Anouschka Rokebrand Photography
Venue – Landgoed Te Werve
Styling – Holly Marder of Avenue Lifestyle
Cake and candy – De Keukenprinses
Cookies – Droomkoekjes
Florals – Don Florito
Hair and make-up – Liesbeth Dubelaar Visagie
Gown – Unielle Couture
Glassware, dinnerware and flatware – Hélène Millot Furnishings
Headpiece – SIBO Designs
Table runner – Gilded Linens
Chairs, napkins and white dinner plates – Dille & Kamille