Whether you are hosting a whimsical tea party adorned with garden roses or attending a tropical beach-front wedding draped in palm fronds, it is no surprise that the color pink is always at the forefront. As an icon in the fashion world and a ‘classic’ of the wedding industry, pink has withstood the test of time. It is one of the few colors that continually reinvents itself in a world of ever-changing trends. From the romantic watercolor of our Olivia Blush to the rich pattern of our Nolan Apricot, the color pink is undeniably a staple of La Tavola Fine Linen



In a sea of vibrant colors and rich texture, our Topaz Pink linen was the perfect accessory for this Georgia O’Keeffe inspired photoshoot. Its soft shade of ‘bubblegum’ effortlessly created depth all the while drawing in your attention – an eye catching linen in the very best way. While solid colors are often overlooked due to their minimalistic nature, the subtle playfulness of the Topaz Pink is far too intriguing to ignore. (via Style Me Pretty)

Kate Siegel Fine Events | Max Gill DesignRebecca Yale Photography | Theoni Collection 

 Found Rentals | The Barn at Green Valley


Often described as our most luxurious linen, the Velvet Blush is all time crowd-pleaser. The warmth and charm of our buttery-soft linen brings a new level of elegance to this countryside wedding. (via Style Me Pretty)


Events by Sorrell | Emily Herzig Floral Design | Kate Preftakes Photography | Chickadee Hill Events Rain or Shine | Peak Event Services | The Estate of North Mowing


Take a quick peek at our alternative solid collections: Nuovo, Tuscany, & Dupionique.



With the much anticipated release of our 2019 Collection, it was no surprise that the Makenna Rose linen would become wildly popular. The bold, dotted pattern is a fresh perspective on your typical floral tablecloth. Our Mackenna Rose is a touch of femininity and just enough pattern to captivate your attention.


Lacie Hansen Photography | Casa De Perrin | Jenn Sanchez Design | Greentree Home | Yummi Candles | Carta Plena


From blush to magenta, our pink patterned linens represent the ‘color of love’ in a variety of ways. The delicate lace of our Antibes Pink is sweet while brilliantly bold Watercolors Orchid is loud.


Milou + Olin Photography


Melanie Duerkopp Photography


To view additional pink patterns, take a peek at our Milano Collection.



Just as color plays an important role, texture can be the determining factor of a linen’s overall appearance. There are many different fabric styles to consider when dressing a table – embroidery, sequins, raw linen, beads, etc. A linen’s texture can be the small difference between a backyard birthday party or a ballroom gala.


Lily Blush | Clove & Kin Photography


Aurora Blush | Anna Delores Photography


To see additional textured linens, take a peek at our collections here.

  1. No comments yet - you can be the first to comment!