For this month’s table scape, we had the privilege of working with the fabulous Darby Cards on menus, place cards, table numbers and invitations to go along with our bright geometric theme! To top it off, mother-daughter photographer duo Kelly + Logan Photography helped us out with some great photos of our products! Plus, we added in some Five Daughters Donuts to add to the bright and fun theme! Take a look!
With the 4th of July, we wanted to incorporate some red white and blue into this month’s table scape, but we did it with a twist! We went with the classic navy blue and coral! Inspired by this classic watercolor wedding on The Perfect Palette, we scooped up our gold accents and interpreted the look Liberty-style.
We’re so excited to incorporate our new Moscow Mule Mugs into this look! The blues and golds combine to create a look where modern meets rustic. Stay tuned for a DIY tutorial on how to make the geometric air plant ornaments!
Light, fresh and airy is what we went for in this month’s table scape. Late spring/early summer calls for garden parties and outdoor events galore, so we decided to decorate our front table for an afternoon luncheon. Inspired by cool, calm Ralph Lauren blues and stripes, this table scape incorporates a few rustic touches into the classic look. The wooden embroidery hoops give a nod to vintage style while the burlap and wood elements bring in a fresh outdoorsy texture. Classic ivory and clean lines of the satin stripe linen provide a preppy touch to the table scape. And the invitations designed by The Paper Place bring the whole look together!
Take a look!
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How would you design your outdoor luncheon table?
Elegant floral arrangements atop a garden bistro chair?! Just the right trend for 2016 weddings! With some simple faux flowers and a few tools, you can get this look for your sweetheart table. And it did not take long to make at all! Keep scrolling for more on how to make our DIY Chair Floral Arrangements!
1) Gather your materials!
– 6 or more floral sprigs from your local craft store
– Wire Cutters
– Floral Tape
– Floral Wire
2) Bend the floral wire over your chair back to shape it so it stays in place. Then cut some of your leafy end pieces to size and line them up next to the wire.
5) Wrap the rest of the wire in the floral tape so everything blends nicely with the flowers and greenery.
6) Fill in any gaps with more flower pieces.
7) Hang on the back of your chair and enjoy your new spring decor piece!
Find the rest of our spring table design on the blog here!
It finally feels like Spring this week! If any of you had a wedding this past weekend, you had perfect weather! Outdoor weddings are on the rise, so we came up with a rustic elegant outdoor wedding table scape this month. We styled our Lilac Stripe Linen with our brand new Cafe Bistro Chairs and Pure Glassware for this modern meets vintage look. Pairing pastel linen with bold hot pink flowers is a great way to give your table added and unexpected color. The nice folks at The Paper Place in Green Hills kindly gave us some pretty invitations to complete the look! And stay tuned for a DIY tutorial on how to make the Chair Floral Arrangements!
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The Bohemian bug has hit Liberty Party Rental! If you saw our Earthy Spring Table Scape look, then you know we’ve been up to some macrame crafting! And we don’t want to keep it all to ourselves, we want to share how we made our DIY Macrame Hanging Planters!
Step 1: First you’ll need some materials! After a quick trip to our Liberty Party Rental warehouse for some of our Roly Poly Votive Candles, we scooted over to our nearest Michael’s store for some more goodies including:
-A Spool of Thick Natural Cording
-Votives & Candles
Step 2: Measure out 8 pieces of the natural cording and fold them in half. Measure based on how low you want the planter to hang and add about 6 inches of room for knots and fringe at the bottom.
Step 3: Tie a knot at the very top of the loop. You will use this loop to hang the planter.
Step 4: Pair the cords up and separate them into 4 different sections.
Step 5: Tie small knots 2/3 of the way down the cords. Make sure the knots are even on all 4 cord sections.
Step 6: Next, separate the paired cords, and pair them with a cord in the set beside it. Tie a knot to make a V shape. Do this with all of the cords and the two on the ends will also be joined by a knot so you can start creating the circle pattern for your votive to sit in.
Step 7: You can choose to repeat this knotting pattern, however, we stopped at this point and tied all of the cords together in one final knot. Clip the fringe to your desired length.
Step 8: Arrange some moss into your votive and place the candle on top. Note: DO NOT LIGHT THE CANDLE. This is a fire hazard with the moss beneath it – this is only for looks. 🙂 Then place the votive into the cording and hang!
We placed our Macrame Hanging Planters over our table scape with moss place mats! They’re great to add to your Easter table design or Spring Wedding!
Tell us how you made macrame hanging planters – we’d love to see some photos!
March is here and Spring is in the air! With St. Patrick’s Day AND Easter falling in March this year, we are prepared for a fun-filled event season! For this month’s table scape, we went with an earthy look using natural materials such as our natural panama linen, walnut wood chargers, macrame elements and even moss place mats! We got the idea from our friends at Ninth & Everett who used moss place mats in a gorgeous styled shoot recently… more on that later! Hanging macrame planters, copper and succulents are all the rage for Spring, so we just HAD to add these decor elements to our design. Plus – we made the hanging planters ourselves! Look out for a DIY tutorial coming soon. 🙂
Take a look at our styled sweetheart table:
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re bringing you a tutorial – DIY Heart Napkin Fold! We took full advantage of this napkin fold on our February display table. This heart napkin fold would look great on your sweetheart table for Valentine’s Day, or even for a baby shower! Here’s how we did it:
1) Set your square napkin out on a flat surface.
2) Fold the napkin in half to create a triangle – the two opposite points will be joined together.
3) Fold each of the long corners up and to the middle point.
4) Tuck each of the top points under slightly to create a heart shape, leaving the back piece up.
5) Gently flip the napkin over.
6) Fold the top point down so it touches the bottom point.
7) Flip the napkin over one more time. You will see the heart begin to take shape.
8) Tuck the side corners under so the sides have a curved look. And there you have it – a heart napkin fold!
Here it is styled on our February table scape:
We hope you enjoy this tutorial – stay tuned for more DIY tutorials from Liberty Party Rental this year!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you don’t have plans, there’s still time to rent some tabletop items for your at-home Valentine’s Day party! This year we chose to mix romance with playfulness in our Valentine’s Day table scape in at our Green Hills Showroom! Our brand new Ivory Rosette Linen is a great way to dress your cake or sweetheart table for two. Mix in some shades of pink (we used our Watermelon and Raspberry Majestic Linen and add a touch of romance with gold tableware accents and Gold Chiavari Chairs. The conversation hearts along the table runner add an element of fun. See more of our Valentine table photos:
Plus, we tried a new heart napkin fold! Stay tuned for a DIY coming soon!
For this year’s holiday table scape, we opted out of the traditional red and green color palate. Although we love and adore these colors, we went for a glamorous nude, silver and white scheme. Plus, this color scheme translates well for the New Years holiday. Our brand new nude glimmer linen paired perfectly with this theme! We brought in our gunmetal chairs, silver place settings, sparkle pennant banners, vintage sheet music for place mats and DIY bottle brush Christmas tree centerpieces to tie in the rest of the look. (Stay tuned for a DIY post on our bottle brush trees!)
Well, let’s get to it – here’s our sequin winter wonderland!