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These Trendy Sweetheart Tables Will Make You Totally Want to Ditch The Head Table

If your wedding party is too large or your reception space doesn't allow for a head table, a sweetheart table for two may be right for you. It's also a great option if you want to enjoy one-on-one conversation with your new spouse during dinner. But instead of two chairs, get cozy with your groom and share a love seat or elegant settee. Check out these six romantic takes on this sweetheart-table trend.

Al Fresco (above): If your reception is being held outdoors, make your sweetheart table cozy by adding a love seat along with loads of candles in lanterns and glass hurricane vases.

Rustic: For a more natural look, opt for a rough-hewn wood table but skip the table linen. Just add a comfy love seat, flowers, and a cute newlyweds sign.

Photo: Jana Williams

Marquee Letters: Add whimsical marquee letters in your initials to liven up your sweetheart table.

Flowers: All My Heart Events

Photo: Jessica Anne Photography

Elevated: Make sure all eyes are on you and your new spouse at the reception by elevating your sweetheart table and settee on a platform or stage.

Lush Florals: Embellish your sweetheart table with a luxe damask table linen topped with an abundance of lush florals.

Photo: Michael Radford Photography

Mr. & Mrs. Pillow: This embroidered "Mr. & Mrs." pillow is the perfect touch to this darling sweetheart table.

Photo: Joy Michelle Photography

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