7 Fall Event Design Trends We Love10/01/2018
The following is a Loveless Events guest blog by Liberty Party Rental.
The ideas and options listed here are offered through one of our preferred vendors; please contact Loveless Events for a quote to assist in sprucing up your event in an easy way! These upgrades can be great for your full guest count or even just for your head table or bridal party. Even with a few simple additions, the space can be absolutely transformed.
With Fall officially here, we find ourselves anxiously awaiting cooler temperatures, pumpkin spice everything, and all the beautiful autumn weddings and events that are yet to come. The transition from Summer to Winter also brings another round of seasonal event design trends. From velvet linen to black flatware, we have the latest rental products to make sure your Fall events are on point!
Check out some of our favorite Fall event design trends below and contact your Loveless Events Sales Manager for details on how to book!
1.) Mixed Metals
The trend of mixing metals is still going strong and continuing to gain popularity throughout the wedding and event industry. Keep an open mind and play around with a variety of place settings – utilizing chargers, china, glassware and flatware – until you find the setup that feels right. From gold and silver to copper and pewter, the options are endless!
2.) Gold or Black Flatware
As mentioned above, a trend continuing to make an appearance this fall is mixed metals. An easy way to add texture and various metals into your design is through your flatware selection. From the sleek and modern Capri Black Matte Flatware to the regal and ornate King Arthur Gold Flatware, we have a variety of options for any style.
3.) Colored Glassware
Debutante and Jupiter and Contempo – oh my! Colored glassware is on trend and we’ve got you covered! If you’re designing a simple table-scape but looking for that coveted pop of color, look no further than our vast assortment of colored glassware. Blue, pink, amber, grey, green, red – you name it, we have an option that your guests are sure to remember.
4.) Velvet Details
What’s a better backdrop for your lavish table-scape than a plush velvet linen? Hint: There isn’t one. This trending luxurious fabric is going to be busy elevating tabletops everywhere this season. With multiple colors to choose from, you’re sure to find a way to incorporate this elegant detail into your design.
5.) Edgy + Moody Color Palettes
Whether you prefer a dramatic black and white table-scape or a chic design using bold linen colors, you’ll fall right in line with this edgy and moody color palette trend. Noir Heirloom China paired with Marble Melamine Chargers helps create a mysterious ambiance, while a variety of rich Bengaline Linen colors – like Burgundy or Hunter – can be used to give your table design depth. Make sure to coordinate your tabletop rentals and florals for a cohesive look that will send all the right vibes.
6.) Swooping Tents
While the classic lines of frame tents will always have their place, sailcloth and pole tents are currently in demand! Their swooping lines provide a fun yet sophisticated tone to your event. Whether it’s day or night, these inviting tents will complement your décor and add their own special touch to your overall design.
7.) Multiple Chair Styles
Mix it up! If you’re looking for a way to spice up your seating arrangements or simply have a hard time deciding on one singular look, why not incorporate multiple chair styles? Maybe you want Square Back Louis Chairs at some tables and Round Back Louis Chairs at others. Or you’re looking for the head table to be defined with our new Willow Chairs for its own special seating. We offer a large inventory of chair styles that are comfortable, stylish and on trend.
Feeling inspired and ready to book your order? If you are a current Loveless Events client, contact your Sales & Event Manager for details. If you are looking to book for your own event, visit www.libertypartyrental.com to create a custom quote or call to set up a showroom appointment. Happy Fall, y’all!