The team, headed by Urban Earth Design Studios and Joel Catering and Events, creates a natural landscape of tables, centering on the "river" head table.
The "meadows" area features rows of green-topped tables accented with wood chiavaris.
Frothy floral waves and sparking accents accent the "river" head tables, a set of rounds placed in gentle curves.
In the "meadows" area, tulips are held in place by hydrangea, creating eco-friendly arrangements.
In the "woodlands" area, deep hues from the gloaming hours hold sway.
Rustic centerpieces highlighted by red dogwood create an earthy sensuality in the "woodlands" area.
In the Wedding Gallery, Chicago wedding expert Frank Andonoplas, MBC, gives a sophisticated twist to his assigned theme of "metal," using graceful candelabra.
The "metal" table design from Frank Andonoplas keys on silvery accents.
Washington-based event designer Janet Flowers takes the homey "paper" theme she was assigned to dramatic heights, with paper tables, chairs and floral.
Janet Flowers uses the adaptable Cardboard Design product to make her "paper" design come alive.
Sasha Souza, based in Napa, Calif., puts an elegant, rustic spin on her "wood" theme.
Sasha Souza's earthy-yet-elegant "wood" table setting.
In the cake gallery, Tariq Hanna--head of New Orleans-based bakery Sucre--offers his cheeky "Limey" wedding cake.
A saucy "Wedding Industry" cake from Tariq Hanna of Sucre bakery.
The witty "Origami, Origami, Origamus" cake from Sucre.