From the Magazine: Geode-Themed Tablescapes & Decor

Tables by Scenemakers and Honey of a Thousand Flowers // Photographs by Barret Doran

One of our favorite features in the current issue of Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom is the “Romancing the Stone” tabletop feature photographed by Barrett Doran. Local designers and florists Allie Kesler of Scenemakers and Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers designed geode-themed tablescapes for the spotlight. Kesler drew inspiration from rock quartz and crystals, while Winward worked with polished agate stones to design place settings, centerpieces, table numbers, place cards, favors, cakes, and more.

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For details about each tabletop design and a full list of vendors who contributed to the feature, pick up a copy of the magazine or hop over to the Crystal Vision and Natural Wonder online features.

Thank you Scenemakers and Honey of a Thousand Flowers for sharing your decor and design skills with us!

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