Unlike the first table made for this project, which stood out for all the organic elements used, this table styling tries to mix the natural essence of winter with the warmth of a table cared till the smallest detail.

The chosen color palette includes different shades of green and touches in gold and cream, blending with the snowy landscape of the high mountain.

This more formal table is composed of more discreet elements, but complemented by the floral design of  Alejandra Romero floral studio  who chose abundant greens of botanical air, using plants such as begonia maculata, fern, alchemilla and monstera, interspersing glass domes decorated with pansy and astilbe. More than 15 varieties of green and flower used to create a fresh air at this table.

A simple but elegant stationery with touches in gold by  Wild Flower Estudio, is another element that makes this table even more special, with the cutlery of  Infraestructuras Alameda  and the chandeliers also in gold, tones that remind us of the New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Delicate details such as glass snowflakes and nice reindeer peeking out among the greens are a nod to Christmas and take us into the most beautiful time of the year.

Every detail is captured by the lens of  Valeria Pitarresi, who also on this occasion, was responsible for transmitting, through her gaze, the essence of this winter table.

A design of table styling with elegant lines in privileged surroundings such as Sierra Nevada, inspires us for intimate celebrations like an elopement or just a family dinner at Christmas.

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