Norwegian wedding tables. Beautifully, yet simply decorated, with an abundance of flowers, often from the garden. Tablecloths and napkins in natural materials, such as linen. Handmade nametags. Candles are a must. And most importantly, the most beautiful drinkware and china for the happiest of occasions.
The setting. Sometimes indoors, occasionally in a garden or even in a barn. Relatively few guests, only family and close friends. Not too serious, not too formal, playful and seemingly random. Yet there is nothing random to it. All brides have a plan, many have been planning since childhood. And some grooms, too!
Decorating with objects of pure materials, such as wood, porcelain, linen and owers, as well as the combination of rustic elements of nature with modern design, create the contrasts that are the very essence of the Nordics.
And what is the most beautiful? A brand new set of drinkware, or the one inherited by the groom’s grandmother?
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There is something deeply magnetic about the Nordic lifestyle, that draws you in. Nordic lifestyle is discovering ways to live uniquely.
Inspired by nature
Centuries of living alongside the sea, forests and mountains have tought Norwegians that Nature is the best artist.
Norwegian wood has been a term since way before the 1965 song by The Beatles. Surrounded by forests, Norwegians have built their houses out of wood for centuries and centuries. While Norwegian homes of today tend to be more modern, the idea of the simple cabin life is important to many.