Fall is officially next week so we know venues and party rental companies are preparing for upcoming fall events.
While they may look a little different this year due to Covid-19, we know that people are going to find creative ways to celebrate milestones and holidays this fall - even if that means on a smaller scale.
That being said, you can’t really talk about fall events without the word rustic being thrown in somewhere. It’s because rustic decor, barn venues and the overall rustic trend isn’t going anywhere.
So, if the trend isn’t going anywhere we thought we would share some of our most popular chairs and tables that are sure to complete any rustic event happening this fall.
Cross Back Chairs
We already know Cross Back Chairs have become as popular as the classic Chiavari chair within the event industry.
Their wood graining makes them especially rustic and a great choice for autumn celebrations. Pair them with a standard folding table and autumn hued linens or a simple reclaimed farm table for the ultimate fall soiree.
We couldn’t mention fall events and not mention the classic fruitwood folding chair.
Since many fall events will be held in residential homes, particularly backyards, this chair not only fits in with the rustic theme but is practical because it can easily be stored and moved.
One of our very own EventStable team members used the fruitwood folding chair for her fall wedding. You can read more about it here.
What’s a rustic affair without the presence of farm tables? The beauty of farm tables is that they are just plain beautiful on their own.
With minimal decor needed, farm tables provide not only rustic appearance but just the sentiment of sitting down and having a casual family-style meal.
We offer a variety of farm tables and finishes here at EventStable so we’ve created a Farm Table Guide to make choosing the right farm table a breeze.
We hope we’ve given you some rustic seating and table ideas for your upcoming fall events. We know Joanna Gaines would approve!
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.