Can’t believe how quickly October went but now it’s November so that means it’s time for our monthly update! Here’s what’s hot going into this holiday season.
As we all know, November is all about being thankful for everything we have, so it’s the perfect time to invite friends and family over to celebrate or start planning for Thanksgiving early and get a head start!
Of course we need a November color palate and we are loving neutrals, dark berry colors and a deep mustard yellow for a pop and something to excite the eyes. Incorporate these colors into your food and drink menu as well as your decor for a truly awesome autumn event.
Flannels are so in right now and we are not complaining! Add tasteful touches of flannel into all your holiday decor. Use it as a table runner or napkins, add it into centerpieces or use for placemats. Another fall fave is to create a flannel pillow or blanket to “fallify” your event space and make it as warm and inviting as possible!
Another hot trend for November is incorporating outdoorsy aspects like tree slices into your event. Farm tables are the perfect canvas for your creative and beautiful fall tablescape. Add in tree slices as the base for your centerpiece or use them as chargers for each place setting. Also a great place card or table number! Can you tell we are loving the rugged look this month?!
It’s all about taking those rustic and rugged pieces like tree slices, logs and flannel and making them classy and inviting for your event. Serve mulled apple cider in copper mugs and food on white or cream plates to let the colorful fall foods act as part of your color scheme.
Some of our fave products this month are customized pillows and linens, Walnut Farm tables, Tree Slice bars, French Countryside china, Forged Flatware, Copper Mugs and Flax Lounge Furniture! Perfect for any style, theme and event, these products are begging to be spruced up with warm fall colors and hearty food.
Whatever event you are hosting this month, enjoy the people in your life that attend and all that you have to be grateful for. Keep it simple and involve all your loved ones as much as possible. Take the time to tell those you love all that they mean to you.