A Rustic, Tiffany Blue Wedding Jacksonville, Florida

For our Tiffany and Co. inspired wedding we wanted to blend the classic chic style of the famous jeweler with the rustic venue of Crosswater Hall at Nocatee. We began with a color palate of Tiffany Blue, silver, white and a touch of mahogany.

To showcase the Tiffany Blue in the venue we decided to place floor length linens on each of the tables accented with a white napkin to match the infamous Tiffany boxes. We used crystal trimmed vases filled with our clear gel and led lights for a glowing modern effect on half of the tables and had taller centerpieces on the other half that consisted of Manzanita branches accented with sparkling hanging votives in a clean white tall vase.

Surrounding the dance floor were our white modern ottomans, each paired with a sleek end table. To complete the lounge, dance area we added six highboy tables with our matching white leather stools. Finishing off the contemporary vibe our glowing bars created the perfect space for guests to mingle.

If you are in need of décor for your wedding or next event, give us a call at (904) 398-9971 or visit mugwumpproductions.com. We would love to help bring your vision to life!


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Rustic Wedding Decor

rustic wedding decor

Rustic Wedding Decor

Rustic Wedding Decor

Rustic Wedding Decor


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