We love seeing how our customers style with BBJ Linen at their event. We get very excited when we’re tagged in your photos on Instagram, it’s so inspiring to see the way you’ve styled our product. Here are 4 of our favorite photos we were tagged in that we’re inspired by this fall.
Branching Out Events: Copper Birch
This cozy and elegant event look was put together by Branching Out Events for the Arlington Hall at Lee Park Open House. We love the way Branching Out paired our Copper Birch table linen, with copper mugs, fall–toned floral arrangements, and brass accents. Perfect for a fall banquet, fundraiser, or even a wedding, this look is gorgeous, and we can’t get enough of it! It’s a great look for the transitioning seasons: Not too dark, and not too bright.
Elevate Events: Marsala, Merlot, and Mocha
Elevate Events paired the Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala with other wine inspired tones to create a look they call Romantic Marsala Vineyard. They started with a Taupe Lamour table linen and then layered Merlot Shantung napkins on top of our Florence Mocha chargers. This rustically beautiful look was finished off with farm chairs, copper flatware, red velvet whoopie pie favors and a lush monochromatic floral centerpiece. Truly fall perfection!
mStarr Event Design: Mulberry Lamour and More
As we head into cooler weather, it’s easy to love this look because it takes us to a forest wonderland. mStar Event Design is responsible for this gorgeous fall tablescape, which features not only rich colors, but unique centerpieces and décor, including figs, concord grapes, and pomegranates. For recreating this look at your event, party, or fundraiser, check out our Mulberry Lamour products to incorporate the rich berry shade.
Christine Janda: Fall Textures and Colors
Christine Janda embraces the details of autumn in this look, which features different textures of flowers and moss, accented by metallic accessories and set against BBJ’s Sand Jute runner across a rich wooden table. Want this look? Start with a Sand Jute runner and talk with your florist and event planner to help flesh out the rest of the décor.
What did some of your favorite fall tablescapes look like? Let us know in the comments.