Today, a lovely tablescape with a little French country flair. My sweet friend Janie Medley, the lovely lady behind JM Flora Design and The Bride’s Cafe, teamed up with Lynn Lindsay from Sunshowers and Rainshine Designs and photographer Jodi Miller to create this deliciously rustic table.

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Burlap table runners, pewter plates, and Laguiole knives – all key elements in creating the French country look. Match Pewter makes similar plates.

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Figs and cheese become part of the centerpiece when placed under a glass cloche.

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Janie filled vintage glass bottles and jars with dahlias, blackberries, and scabiosa, and ran hanging amaranthus along the burlap table runners.

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It wouldn’t be a French-inspired table without the rustic bread and red pears.

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Other flowers on the table were billy balls, succulents, bupleurum, and green ornamental cabbages in a wire basket.

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Thank you to the vendors who put this lovely shoot together: JM Flora Design, Jodi Miller Photography, and Sunshowers and Rainshine Design. You can see another French-inspired shoot this team put together over on Janie’s blog.

If you like this french country table, you might also like these posts:

Elena & Gregory’s Italian countryside wedding.
Tablescape for a French farmhouse wedding luncheon.
Rustic inspiration for a late summer wedding.

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  1. Sharon

    Now THIS is beautiful. Really, truly, pretty. I’m having burlap runners for my own wedding…in 31 days! eeek! Instead of using burlap in it’s “country” sense, I’m using it with modern black and white.
    If I were to do country though, this is EXACTLY how I’d want it done. Kudos to all involved. And thank goodness the photographer didn’t cover those gorgeous photos with tinted actions that ruin the natural colors.

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  2. Mary

    I love the croquembouche ! Have thought about having one on the dessert table for my daughter’s wedding, in addition to the wedding cake.

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  3. Leila| Be Inspired PR

    So beautiful, I love everything about this! And I love Janie!

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  4. courtney

    looks gorgeous ladies!

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  5. Jessica from Delicatessen

    Yes! This is one of the most authentic French-inspired shoots I have seen a while. Simple, natural, and fresh — the vendors did such an amazing job! Now I want to go on a picnic.

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  6. Jacquelyn

    This is beautiful! I really love the blackberries!

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  7. the perfect palette

    simply beautiful.

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  8. and flowers pick themselves

    incredibly gorgeous. thanks for sharing!

    xo Alison

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  9. Katarina

    You have an award to pick up on my blog

    Kindest
    Katarina

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  10. the artisann

    i talked about figs this week! have been eating them obsessively :)

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  11. kwpang

    the decoration is really beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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  12. Emily

    I love the breads and display of the cheeses and fruit. The florals are beautiful.

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  13. Maryam in Marrakech

    Oh my……….so so lovely. I live in an olive grove in Marrakech and this is perfect inspiration for a beautiful lunch outside. Must get to planning!

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  14. Claire Eliza

    The photography in this is flawless, and I am really getting hungry for some eggplant right about now!

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  15. My Daily Inspiration Board

    gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!

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  16. Young Sophisticates

    This is so beautiful! If only everything lunch was as gorgeous and inspiring…

    http://youngsophisticates.blogspot.com/

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