Whenever a luxury wedding or event takes place, it’s not unusual to see Luxe Event Rentals & Décor included in the list of vendors. Available throughout the Northeast, Florida, and parts of the Midwest, Luxe Event Rentals & Décor is a company renowned for providing the perfect furnishings for every aesthetic and design scheme imaginable, whether it’s a statement-making loveseat or an array of long ghost tables and chairs for a clean and contemporary look. With V-Day approaching, we wanted to take a look back at some of the different furniture and décor pieces within the Luxe Event Rentals collection. Pink and red, of course, is a color palette synonymous with Valentine’s Day décor – but these furnishings would add a festive color pop to weddings and special occasions any time of year.
Loveseats en Rose
Whimsical, romantic, and made in the cheeriest shade of pink, this loveseat from Luxe Event Rentals is a gorgeous way to bring a Valentine’s Day décor scheme to life. When Springtime arrives, it would also serve as a fitting addition to the cocktail and lounge area of a garden-themed wedding. The oversized ruffled blossoms have a charming “Alice in Wonderland” vibe, and the hot pink balloon chairs in the background would look incredible at the head of a long banquet table. (Think “Mad Hatter’s Tea Party” for a bridal shower.)
When working with a talented floral designer and lighting team, furniture from Luxe Event Rentals can set the stage with a neutral foundation. Glass tabletops and white chairs brighten the space without distracting from vibrant centerpieces and a candy-colored wash of light; yet the see-through chair backs and tables inlaid with warm lightbulbs are anything but basic.
Back to Black (and Red)
Elements like a red carpet and a few select crimson details become even more of a color pop when set against a backdrop of sleek black furniture. Black and red can be a vampy and romantically gothic approach to Valentine’s Day décor. Alternatively, this would be a fantastic setting for a wedding afterparty that lasts until 5 a.m.