Head Table Ideas
Head Table Ideas. The head table is a special table designated for you and your bridal party. It’s designed to allow you to sit with your loved ones and revel in the beauty of your reception. You can use the theme of your big day to inspire the look of your head table – from florals to food and everywhere in between.
This isn’t just a head table; it’s a dining experience. Above is an arbor dripping with flowers. Beneath it is the classic table, punctuated with colorful centerpieces and tall ivory taper candles. A white linen matches with the stunning white reception chairs to balance the color.
via Eric Kelley Photo
Leaning on the same concept, this head table rests beneath a panel of greenery and a collection of industrial lights to cast a romantic glow. The natural wooden table features a white runner and small centerpieces for fresh accents.
via Cassidy Carson Photography
Suspended just behind this head table is a crawling display of greenery, pink and white roses, and pink dahlias for an impressive backdrop. The table is decorated with a patterned linen, gold accents and candles, and small floral arrangements for a luxurious finish.
via O'Malley Photographers
Behind this table is a white curtain backdrop with greenery inching down the wall from a string of lights and a uniquely scripted gold sign. The table itself features a rustic-inspired design with a natural wooden table, a floral runner made with greenery, black and white anemones, and white roses, gold candlesticks with white tapers, and smart vintage blue glasses for a pop of color.
via Mariel Hannah
This head table is simple and sweet. A white linen is beautified with a burlap runner, light blue jars, bottles, and vases with pink flowers, baby’s breath, and small wooden accents. The bride and groom’s chairs are designated with signs that read “to have” and “to hold” in Italian.
via Riverland Studios
And if you’re more about light than flowers, this curtain of industrial bulbs is awe-inspiring. The head table sits in front of the luminous backdrop and is finished with a simple white linen, ample candlelight, and small floral arrangements.
via Tim Tab Studios
The head table is where you and those who stood beside you on your big day can enjoy the celebration. Make it beautiful, make it comfortable, and most of all, make it an experience.