Many of us are still feeling the heat in this last chapter of summer, but we know the event industry is always looking forward to what’s ahead.
While we were expecting CDC guidelines to ease on larger scale events by summer’s end, it looks as though venues and party rental companies will have to continue to up their creativity this fall.
Intimate weddings and gatherings have become the new normal, so how can event pros make these small scale events just as special during the fall season?
While regular folding chairs and tables work just fine, your customers are going to want to bring the colors of season and their individuality to these new small gatherings.
We’re going to show you how you can use chairs from The Chameleon Collection, to really make your customer’s fall celebrations shine.
Bring in the Colors of the Season
Yes, Autumn is the season of pumpkins and pumpkin spice lattes, but when elevating the event experience for your customers, you’ll want to up the ante.
Rich fall hues such as burn oranges and jewel tones pair perfectly with the classic Gold Fanfare Chairs seen in the above photo.
This setup is perfect for an autumn dinner party or thanksgiving gathering.
Because all Chameleon Chair seat cushions are customizable, you can match any color scheme to your customer’s liking. Use the shop by cushion category on the Chameleon Chairs homepage to view all of the color options.
Velvet cushions would also work well to bring in the warmth of the season.
Play Into Themes
Large Halloween celebrations and parades may be cancelled this season but you customers will want to host smaller theme events at their own homes.
Costume and murder mystery parties are becoming increasingly popular.
You can have your customers play into these themes by offering them chairs to match. The Black Simply X Chairs are hauntingly elegant and would be the perfect seating option for thematic gatherings throughout the fall season.
So, if you are a venue or party rental company anxious about the upcoming fall event season, take a deep breath and help your customers get creative and memorable with their small autumn celebrations.
Author: Larah Winn
Larah is the creative and marketing specialist here at EventStable. She lives in the old axe factory town of Collinsville, Connecticut with her husband and dog Baya. In her free time you can find her helping her husband restore their 1860's cottage.