The reception tables were accessorized with charcoal runners printed in a black, white and silver version of the damask print. The table centrepieces comprised of a large and smaller square mirror boxes packed tightly with dark red roses and twisted willow to add height. Damask printed votive candles and linen napkins tied with black ribbon completed the chic table settings.
The couple hung clear crystal, old photos of them together and each table number and the corresponding guest names onto a room divider as their table plan.
Made by SugarDotCom in East London, vanilla cupcakes were offered to guests as favours, as were damask print gift bags filled with goodies such as a black tote bag printed with the words “I do”. A sweetie table was also set up for guests to fill bags to take home and Anel Greyling of Boksomdaais made the couple a damask print post box through which guests could post the couple’s cards.