The Twin Cities’ newest event venue, Quincy Hall, which opened in the Northeast Arts District in October 2019, will be home to many social, wedding, and corporate events. With a modern industrial vibe, the venue gives every client endless opportunities to personalize their event. So, what will events look like in the coming decade? Sam, Quincy Hall’s wedding expert, gives a glimpse into the future of events.
But instead of trying to tell you what Sam thinks will be the trends for this next decade, here is a wish list she would love to see happening in the Twin Cities event industry for the years ahead:
- Color – Of course, the classic black and white will always be popular and elegant, but there is much more interest in color this year. Check out Pantone’s color of the year, classic blue, and pair it with a burnt orange or marigold. Let’s get loud!
- Big Events – For the last few years, events and gatherings have had a more intimate feel. Sam loves the idea of large and fun-filled parties that include a wider circle of friends and family. Let’s share the love.
Customization – The industry is seeing a lot of customization on the coasts, where menus are reflecting the ethnic backgrounds of the couple and decor is
reflecting where they met or places of special importance to them. Clients and couples are taking the space and really making it their own. In a space like Qunicy Hall, there are endless possibilities to customize an event due to the soaring 40-foot ceilings, room dividers, and access to outside space. Make it a customized and personal event.
- Sustainability – Events have come a long way in terms of sustainability. Hoping this industry continues to dive into new and creative ways that make events more eco-friendly and sustainable. From decor and florals, down to what/how food is made and served, event venues and caterers, like Quincy Hall and CRAVE Catering, are making steps in the right direction.
For more info, visit quincyhallmn.com.