Tabletop Inspiration from Wedding Industry Tastemakers

Marcy Blum

If you’re planning a wedding, recently moved into a new home, recently married, recently expanded your family, or if you’re simply looking to bring new life to your dining room, online gift registry service NewlyWish has launched a new initiative called Registry Re-Patterned to help with tabletop inspiration. They’ve gotten together some of the wedding industry’s top influencers to design tabletops, all of which consist of items sold on the NewlyWish site. Among the brands featured in the various table settings are pieces from Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Jasper Conran Waterford, Wedgwood, and Royal Doulton. The participating tastemakers are event planner Marcy Blum, Bridal Atelier owner Mark Ingram, founder of leading wedding blog Style Me Pretty Abby Larson, founder of stationery and corporate ID house Ceci New York Ceci Johnson, Mayra Castillo and Xochitl Gonzalez of event design firm Always a Bridesmaid, spokesperson and entertaining guru for Waterford Wedgwood Jorge Perez, and international ambassador for Waterford Crystal and Wedgwood China Lord Wedgwood. I stopped by a Madison Avenue showroom to get a sneak peek at the various designs and was in awe of how different each of them where. For a look at some of the most notable pieces on display, see below.

Abby Larson

Abby Larson's "Vintage Chic" setting


Ceci Johnson's "Modern Graphic" setting

Jorge Perez's "Entertaining with Style" setting


Lord Wedgewood's "Quintessential British Elegance" setting

Marcy BlumMarcy Blum

Marcy Blum's "Rhapsody in Blues" setting

Mark Ingram

Mark Ingram's "Classic with a Modern Twist" setting

Mayra Castillo and Xochitl Gonzalez's "City Chateau" setting


Images: Karen Mordechai Photography