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Garden Party Ideas: How To Decorate A Pop-up Pavilion

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Invite guests, organize food and drinks, prepare Portable Easy Pop Up Gazebo, and now you are just waiting for the garden party to arrive. In all these leisure time, naturally you will start to consider taking your garden party to a new height with unique ideas and exquisite decorations.

The pop-up pavilion is an essential garden party accessory, but how to make it more exciting? For how to decorate the pop-up pavilion, we came up with 7 unique and interesting ideas that will surely make it a favorite meeting place for your guests.


Shake something with a drink stand
Want to really enjoy your garden party instead of spending a whole day running in and out to keep everyone drinking? Setting up a beverage station in a pop-up pavilion is the perfect solution! Adding additional uses to the pop-up pavilion while reducing your hosting workload is an ideal way to decorate the pavilion.

Just set the table and fill up with different fruits, spirits and soft drinks to mix. Arrange the glasses, straws and stirrers and leave the rest to the guests-they will like to make their own cocktails and try new mixed drinks throughout the night. Set up a separate non-alcoholic cocktail station so that children and non-drinkers will not miss the fun.


Two cups of fuel

Pleasant atmosphere
Although this may not be the main idea, it is certainly the most important. Depending on the type of environment you want to use, your outdoor lighting can have a big impact on mood. If you want a relaxing atmosphere, use some simple and soft lighting. After the sun sets, the trend ball lights hanging on the pop-up pavilion will emit a warm glow, creating a casual and soft tone.

If you want to create a more optimistic atmosphere, then some fashionable LED lighting furniture can definitely make your party to the next level. The varied colors in the pavilion look amazing, and with the speakers, when the atmosphere comes alive later in the evening, it will surely become a residential dance floor.


Earth lamp on the tree

Fête Vibes Village
Worried about running out of guest conversations? Or did the children run rampant and cause serious damage? Turn your pop-up pavilion into a fun play area, inspired by traditional summer country cuisine. Set up a game station with ducklings, rattles, eating and drinking, giant blocks and other fun mini games, so that everyone can enjoy it. Why is there no high score chart on the chalk A board at the entrance of the pavilion to trigger some healthy competition?

You will find guests flocking to your pop-up pavilion all day long, and particularly competitive guests often come back to check if they maintain a high score. If you want to work harder, rewards are always popular among guests. Get a pack of candies or lollipops to reward children, or, if your party guests are all adults, buy some cheap mini plastic trophies for high scorers and hold a mini awards ceremony in the evening.

Hang some striped curtains on the wall of one of the ceilings to set up a fabulous photo booth style as a background. Provide some props and your guests can capture the memories of your party forever in a true festive way!


Two rubber ducks in a bowl of water

Participate in the Par-tea competition
For those who like afternoon tea or Alice in Wonderland, the idea of how to decorate the pop-up pavilion will be a firm collection. The tea party has become a popular theme for daytime garden parties or children’s birthday parties because of its fun and whimsical atmosphere.

Set up a buffet table with a tablecloth, and arrange miniature cupcakes, sandwiches and other snacks on a layered cake stand to taste a lovely tea party-style buffet. Put cold lemonade or cupcakes in a teacup to add some peculiar themes to achieve peculiar effects.

Decorate the pop-up pavilion with floral tablecloths and pastel colored flags to create a real tea party atmosphere. The white pop-up pavilion is perfect for the theme because it complements the light and airy feel of the event.


Tea party buffet table

Don't alienate the greenery
We know that pop-up pavilions are more of a function than style in most cases, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t look good in your outdoor space. If you like nature's green plants, you can use flowers and leaves to beautify the shelter and make the pop-up pavilion look more organic.

Ivy hangs on the roof and wraps it around the legs of the pavilion, adding more style to the pop-up pavilion. The artificial ivy looks very beautiful. When climbing into the doorway of the pavilion, climbing up the ivy will also bring guests an amazing welcome when entering the sanctuary. The ivy is intertwined with some fairy lights, adding a little magic.

Add plants to the interior of the pop-up pavilion to keep the theme consistent, and decorate the tabletop with potted trailing plants and flower arrangements.

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