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Table Linens and Chair Covers

February 3, 2011

Guest blogging today is Lily Yeung from Wildflower Linen


We are so honored to be asked as a guest blogger to chat about table linen and chair cover rentals. Often, table linens are considered less of a priority in the overall decor so either generic linens are rented or linens are overlooked completely.  We’re here to tell you that they do make a difference, a big one!

As we welcome the start of another year, it seems like the perfect time to highlight some trends we’re seeing in wedding linen décor.  It’s easy to get distracted when you’re focused on flowers and photography, but this is one area that’s not to be overlooked!  Here’s what we LOVE for 2011…


There’s nothing soft or subtle about this year’s hottest hue.  We’re talking bright, juicy, delicious pinks and corals!  While this fabulous shade is showing up in spring fashions, it’s also making a splash in wedding table designs.  Whether you choose to saturate your nuptials with this vibrant color or embrace it as more of an accent, here are some of our faves:

Photo by Jade Studio Productions

Photo by Jade Studio Productions


It’s official.  You love purple and so do we. Eggplant is just another word for dark purple.  We have some many clients coming in asking for ALL dark purple; purple chair covers, linens, napkins, overlays…  This is a great look but why not take “purple” to the next level with these two concepts:

1 – Tone-on-Tone Color Concept:

When using purple, you don’t have to stick with all eggplant or dark colors.  Try mixing eggplant with lighter shades of purple and even lavender.  This is called tone-on-tone coloring.   This will actually create a better palette for your florals and décor because you will be able to see the variation in the colors all the while staying within the purple hues. Overall, your colors will ultimately be of the “purple family”.

2 – Vary Eggplant with complimentary colors or textures:

Eggplant is a shade we never tire of and we think it pairs perfectly with Cornflower this season.  There’s such a great opportunity to play around with texture using this palette to enhance your look.  Try something like our crinkle taffeta eggplant linen paired with soft blue accents in napkins.  Purple also pairs well with other bright and bold colors like Chartreuse green, fuchsia and orange colors.

Photo by: Triplecord Photography

Photo by Arrowood Photography


In a room for 200 guests, tables and floral arrangements may be plentiful but so will be the number of chairs.   As one of the largest commodities at an event, covering your chairs can really make an impact on the décor…so why not utilize it!

You can choose simple sleeves and covers or go over the top with our Isabella and Curly Willow chair caps and covers.

Choose table linens, chair covers or both to enhance the tactile experience. We guarantee that either will make your event even more beautiful than you can imagine.


Wildflower Linen is a designer table linen and chair cover rental company that has dressed the tables of Hollywood and our nation’s hottest parties and most elegant wedding banquets. Youngsong Martin, the president and founder of Wildflower Linen and a former fashion designer, has infused her linens with rich colors, textures and patterns.

Our 2011 collections showcase today’s look and tomorrow’s trend in tabletop designs and custom-made linens. Wildflower Linens’ are sought after by everyone from brides, event planners to celebrities who are looking to add style and elegance to their tables.   Our extensive inventory of designer linens with their lavish shades, unique materials and designs offers the perfect look for any occasion, from simple sophistication to extreme decadence.

Wildflower Linen

1661 Tennessee Street Ste. 3A

San Francisco, CA 94107


3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 9, 2011 10:23 am

    Superb Post!Thanks a lot for sharing this information.You give many new ideas.


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