The summer season is here and we are throwing some garden party inspo at you. It’s the season of outdoor living and time to make use of those backyards. Anyone can have their own “garden party”; just bring it outdoors!

It’s all about keeping it simple. Taking a note from Wild Heart Events, mix & match chairs, pull from what you have and let the outdoor setting do the rest. Silsila Cherry mixed with Essex strawberry is such a fun pattern mix. Ashleigh Taylor Photography.

Garden Party Inspo

Simply set with chairs and a bench from the yard, the Casablanca Steel Blue linen amps up this outdoor scene. And combined with Watercolors Orchid napkins this look is colorfully delightful! Pick some roses from the garden and you have the makings of a fabulous party! Premade drinks and a cute garnish bar not only are photo worthy but take the pressure off of having to be bartender.  Willhouse Creative Photography.

Desert always looks good but never better than when it’s placed among the trees.  It makes all this sugar look natural and healthy 😉! The most beautiful setting with the Floral Engagement linen. Allyson Wiley Photography.

Looking at all this garden party inspo has us wanting to plan a garden party stat. What about you?

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We are making it rain color this summer. From our new Rain Fiesta linen to all of the fun vibrant hues, we are definitely crazy for color. Whether it is a super bold hue or a muted tone, color will be king this summer.

Watercolors is one of those instant party mood linens. The colors are so fun, lively and perfect for outdoor events.

Rain Color

Koby Brown Photography

Even when one color leads the way, it makes quite the impact. Our Locked Blossom linen sets the pink mood while Mabel Emerald has you feeling green with envy.

Anna Delores Photography
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Let the linen do the talking. An instant design upgrade with a punch of color. Rain Fiesta is definitely one of our favorite visually vibrant linens this year.

A little tip, when mixing colors, stay in the same color family or pair with neutrals to balance out the table. If you’re feeling bold, you can always mix contrasting bold colors, but a monochromatic color scheme or a single bold pop of color mixed with neutrals is a great way to introduce bright colors to your tablescape if you’re just dipping your toes into the wonderful world of COLOR.

Let’s make it rain color all summer long! Just color though, not actual rain. That would ruin all our outdoor fun!

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