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Round tables are ideal for any room! If you want to add interest, try alternating sizes of tables such as (i.e. 60” rounds, which seat 8-10 guests and 72” rounds, which seat 10-12 guests). You could even incorporate square and rectangular tables into the mix! The great thing about rounds is that they are compatable with most situations and are versatile.
- Centerpieces – Choose two different types of centerpieces and intermix them. For example, you can use a tall, single arrangement on 50% of your tables and a low arrangement on the other 50%. For the low arrangements, try a trio of monochromatic arrangements in varying heights of 4”, 6” and 8”. Since the tables are round, incorporate some square vases into the mix.
- Linens – Stick with lighter shades of color for your tablecloths and incorporate accent color into the napkins, cake table and chair cushion covers. For white and ivory lovers, try a fun texture or pattern to add some pizazz!
- Table Accents – Create a beautiful and welcome presentation at each table setting by pulling such accents as menu cards, unique napkin folds, an eclectic mix of flatware, colored champagne flutes and chargers.
- Place Settings – Tables set with flatware, glassware and napkins create a welcoming presentation to wedding guests where a full meal will be served. Make sure you have a seat for everyone and that guests are assigned a specific table so that the banquet staff do not have to make last minute changes of adding chairs and settings to a certain table or worse, making a family sit separately because there was not a table with enough seats for them to be together.