Keyword: Holiday Decor


Thanksgiving & Holiday DIY Place-settings!


Posted by: Grand Event Rentals on Nov 25th, 2019

Thanksgiving DIY place-settings, anyone? Who's ready for Thursday? The countdown is ON and now we can't resist showing you some DIY 'Thanksgiving Dinner' inspiration... with DIY Napkin Folds! Super easy to do! What's your favorite? We're obsessed with the pumpkin fold - Pickup a muted earth tone linen to create a modern #thanksgiving place-setting this year! There's Read More

A Collection of Spring Event Trends


Posted by: Sara Simmons on May 2nd, 2019

Planning a special event, party or wedding this Spring? We've collected a few of our fav trends for some serious inspo... Think, crushed velvet linens in pale spring colors mixed with gold flatware and our NEW rustic plating options, the Queen Anne Collection. Another design trend we're loving are Earthy designs that marry muted tones Read More

A Modern Twist to the Traditional Holiday Table!


Posted by: Grand Event Rentals on Dec 20th, 2018

A modern twist on the traditional holiday table, with black and white pattern napkins mixed with the classic white china, elegant glassware and complimenting table linens and silverware. The days of decorating with only green and red are a thing of the past! Our chic white plates, elegant glassware and rosè gold flatware are the Read More

Can You Successfully Mix Thanksgiving + Christmas Decor?


Posted by: Grand Event Rentals on Nov 15th, 2018

We want to know - Can we mix Thanksgiving + Christmas decor for the holiday dinner this week?  ...We think so! PRO DECOR TIPS: Remove the bright orange pumpkins and opt for muted tones. Go for the look that marries the foliage of the two holidays and pair it will elements of white, gold + Read More

Halloween Style with Last Minute DIY’s & Pro Decor Tips!


Posted by: Grand Event Rentals on Oct 20th, 2018

Take Halloween in STYLE this year with these last minute DIY's to spook up your tablescapes! Try these decor tips & ideas: Cut a large felt bat shape to use as the layer in between plates. Add touches that "spook" with a crow holding your place cards for guest seating. Use colorful paper plates and Read More