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Oktoberfest party decorating:
Decorating for an Oktoberfest party can be fun and easy. With our vast selection of Oktoberfest decorations and experience selling Oktoberfest party supplies, we've decided to put together a simple guide focusing on the basics of how to decorate for an Oktoberfest party.
Oktoberfest party colors:
The Bavarian flag
is light blue and white in a check pattern. Because Oktoberfest originates in Munich, Bavaria, blue and white check is the official pattern of any Oktoberfest party.
Exterior Oktoberfest decorations:
Welcome your guests to the party before they even arrive by adding an Oktoberfest yard sign
in front of your house. Consider adding a large Oktoberfest banner and some blue and white bunting to the outside of your house.
Interior Oktoberfest decorations:
Your goal should be to recreate the beer tents at Oktoberfest Munich. Each tent has its own unique decorations, so get creative and make your party into your own custom beer tent. Start with the ceiling. Add garlands and hanging decorations from the ceiling running the entire length of the space. Next, decorate the walls. Pick several Oktoberfest decoration wall cutouts to hang. Rotate between cutouts of steins, German food, biergarten signs and Oktoberfest signs. It's fun to go over the top with tons of blue and white check Oktoberfest decorations
Oktoberfest table decorations:
To start, it's probably best if you order one of our authentic beer garden tables
. However, decorating any table as a beer garden table is easy. Lay out your tables in rows, matching the layout of the Oktoberfest beer tents, and cover each table with a Bavarian check table cover
. In the middle of each table, add an Oktoberfest centerpiece. For the tableware, don't forget the Oktoberfest party cups and plates!