Home Planning Mood boards and pretty themes The prettiest wedding place setting ideas return to landing page 6 of 19 A personalised lightbulb is not only perfect for an industrial theme, it's also a wedding favours guests will actually want to take home with them.Photo | Sarah Street Photography Which hungry guest could fail to appreciate this bread offering? Photo | Clayton Austin Tea roses and gilded cutlery is every vintage lover's dream.Photo | Caroline Tran Photography A swoon-worthy art deco theme.Photo | Jessica Schmitt Photography Rose quartz detailing is one of this year's biggest trends.Photo | Pinterest Bring Italy to your table with rosemary and olive oil.Photo | Spindle Photography Nature lovers will delight in this woodland theme.Photo | Heather Durham Photography Something to delight the big kids at the wedding.Photo | Brushfire Photography This makes us feel nostalgic and romantic.Photo | Vasia Photo For the more dramatic bride and groom!Photo | Hazelwood Photo A pretty Kate Spade-inspired table.Photo | Ben Q Photography White, copper and frosty leaves for a chic winter wedding.Photo | Singler Photography Succulents make for excellent favours and decorations.Photo | Paula O’Hara Tropical meets geo in this pretty setting.Photo | Sarah Street Photography A more decadent, jewel-toned setting.Photo | Ashley Cook Photography Greenery, cream roses and twine make for an elegant and natural setting.Photo | Diana McGregor Eucalyptus is still a huge trend this year and we love this gorgeous and minimalist setting.Photo | Alicia Lacey Photography A single sprig of lavender for a rustic feel. Photo | Robert Lawler More wedding ideas Wedding style: colourful elegance 17 White Wedding Cakes Perfect for Traditional Weddings Wedding style: rose garden Wedding style: jewel tones Share on Pinterest Email to a friend Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Tags: Mood boards and pretty themes Comments Oops – nothing in this comment! Sorry, we couldn't post your comment right now. Can you try again later?