Founded in March of 2015, Theoni Collection offers an artful selection of hand-sourced event decor and tabletop accessories that inspire creativity and elevate what’s possible. Our collection is influenced by a love of timeless traditions, old-world European style, and an unrelenting belief …
Details make a difference when it’s time to bring your tabletop vision to life. From the flatware finish to the linen hue, every element adds up to a sum much greater than the parts. A touch of texture makes this place setting …
Beautiful, gold accessories and a pink palette brighten up this subtle, feminine look. Add a gentle breeze from Lake Miramar to move the chair skirts – it almost looks planned!
The coordinators put a modern twist on the Art Deco style of the 1920s, using bold colors, metallic elements, and repeating geometric patterns and shapes. Deco sleek!
Big, statement centerpieces anchor a multitude of candles and sweet little details, like the pearl and gold metallic macarons on each plate.
Mixing natural elements with modern pieces was the starting point. The result: White leather furniture is set against vibrant flowers and handmade butterfly placemats.
Stunning florals, ornate chandeliers, and striped candlesticks characterize this tablescape blending indoor elegance with outdoor glamour.
Celebrate the over-the-top glam of the Roaring ’20s while using a softer color palette to capture the era’s romantic innocence.
Bold hues and a motif of blue stripes and chevron patterns add rich color to the natural backdrop of the sea; suspended rose heads lend an ethereal feel.
Using mint green—one of this year’s most popular style colors—and incorporating coastal accents, like white coral and seashells, gives this fête a fresh, breezy feel.
This stately design uses pewter goblets and serving trays alongside bright colors and patterns to bring the classic look to the 21st century.
This avant-garde table design was created by EverAfter Events for Exquisite Weddings magazine and is a feast for the eyes. The use of silver, black and white punctuates the power of the red.