Monday, October 31, 2016

Dream Parties, Gatherings and Weddings {Event Design and Decorating Ideas}


Happy Halloween!

In honor of this holiday, I thought I would bring you a serious dose of eye-CANDY today. 
(This post is sponsored by Archive Rentals, and I promise it won't disappoint!

After scrolling through this post, I hope you'll visit the Archive Rentals site here. It's not a matter of whether you'll get lost in their stunning and inspiring images, it's a matter of how long you'll be lost. They're that amazing.

If you have ever dreamt of hosting an amazing gathering, birthday party, wedding, or soiree of any kind... buckle up. Archive is a specialty rental company and event design house. They have a beautifully curated collection of fine specialty rentals, including farmhouse tables, dining chairs, tabletop, lounge, ceremony seating, backdrops and much more.

photos by www.hannaharista.com

Archive offers these rustic barnwood tables that can be used with optional sawhorse legs or wine barrel stands. Perfect for a fall reception and family-style dining.

Danielle Poff Photography http://www.daniellepoff.com

Mixed Farm ChairsVintage Pews and a Teak Canopy make this a warm and woodsy celebration.

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This white, silver and crystal tabletop leaves the color up to nature and provides both a modern and timeless look.

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GloriaKate and Suffolk (a mix of neutral linen and velvet textures) made an inviting lounge vignette in the open fields.

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This huge, dreamy dining table was made from a continuos row of Bingham Tables framed by cafĂ© lights and bistro seating. The overflowing garland added a grand and natural statement to the earthy, rustic palette.


If you're looking for a WOW! factor, this 1957 "El Rey" airstream is so rare, there are only 4 others like it known in the country, and it can be yours for the day! 


From romantic, tufted seating options like the Grace Sofa...


To breathtaking chandeliers...



You can see more of Archive's stunning rentals here.

 I'll leave you with just a few more inspiring images that stopped me in my tracks...






And now I'd love to know, what special event do you dream of hosting? 

As for me, I dream of making over our barn... I picture rustic barnwood tables, linen sofas, cafe lights and lots of greenery. And while we're at it, let's not forget the chandeliers. ;)

Thanks to Archive Rentals for sharing their beautiful photos with us. Whether you're looking for farmhouse table rentals, vintage rentals, modern wedding ideas, or just want to gather inspiration for your "someday" celebration, Archive has got you covered!

And thank YOU for stopping by today.

I hope you have a happy and safe Halloween!

Xo








5 comments:

  1. I love having parties, I love lunches and dinners with friends, in the summer outdoors, I move the table around to different areas of the garden depending on the weather and my mood, in the winter I love cosy kitchen suppers, the fire casting a warm glow in the corner, fairy lights strung over some pictures helping to add a little magic.

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    1. You sound like a wonderful hostess! So happy to hear your examples of entertaining and hospitality... it can be a lost art these days when schedules seem so full. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. I love all of those beautiful outdoor settings! I like how they mixed elegance with rustic country. Your barn would be great dressed up like one of those pics. It's nice that you have so much property to do something like that.

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    1. Aren't they beautiful?! Thanks Kelly... it may take us awhile to get to the barn... but I can't wait! Hope you are having a great week!

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