Stations With a Twist
Creative dinner stations make one wedding spectacular

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It can be hard to make cuisines from all over the globe seems cohesive. But at one San Francisco wedding, the bride and groom played up their dinner’s diversity by creating a thematic “Restaurant Row.” Bay Area props and decor design firm Blueprint Studios built five restaurant booths from scratch to set the scene, theming each around a distinct cuisine. “There was a sushi station, a patisserie, a coffee shop, a tavern, and an Indochinese cocktail bar,” says Camila Pinzon of Blueprint. Plush settees and mirrored low tables casually arranged in front of the stations allowed guests to enjoy their dinner in an equally whimsical style. “Everything about this wedding was special,” Pinzon says. “The decor created the right ambience and made a stunning impression.”