Over the weekend, celebrity designer and television host Nate Berkus married partner and fellow designer Jeremiah Brent in what is guaranteed to be one of the most sophisticated weddings ever to take place at the New York Public Library. The marble-clad landmark hosted celebrity guests including Oprah, Rachael Ray, friend and client Katie Lee, and actress Busy Philipps. According to People magazine, which shared décor details from the event, the couple opted for a color scheme of creams, ivories, and black with natural accents such as geodes and greenery. The newlyweds set the tables with china from Berkus's collection for Target and also incorporated textiles from the designer's line for Calico Corners. Taking images from the event, we shopped the look of the chic tablescapes and setting of the event which Oprah described as "magical."
|Nate Berkus Amin Fabric, $50 per Yard, Calico Corners||Salvaged Wood Trestle Table, from $1865, Restoration Hardware||Nate Berkus Gemcut 16-Piece Dining Set, $70, Target|
|Thank You Card, $24 for six, Sugar Paper||Nate Berkus Gold Candle Holder, $10, Target||Preserved Boxwood Topiary Set, $138, Terrain|
|Gold Rimmed Glasses, $32 for four, West Elm||Calcite Geode, $50, Z Gallerie||Nate Berkus Fischer Fabric in Ebony, $35 per yard, Calico Corners|
Photographs: Genevieve de Manio for People