Monday, October 5, 2009

Table Talk

There are basically two different table setups you can do at weddings. That is long banquet style tables and round tables that fit anywhere from 8-12 people each. Of course, round tables make it easier to carry on conversations, but the long banquet tables allow for unique centerpieces and regal feeling seating arrangements. For a unique look, try a combination of both.



Image Credits:
Round Tables: 1-3 Michelle Rago, 4-6 LaFleur Weddings, 7-8 Sasha Souza Events, 9-10 Style Me Pretty, 11 Details Details, 12 Jose Villa Photography
Banquet Tables: 1 Michelle Rago, 2-3 Lisa Vorce, 4 LaFleur Weddings, 5-6 Lisa Vorce, 7 Jose Villa Photography, 8-9 Lisa Vorce, 10 Katie Moos Photography, 11 The Knot and 12 The Knot


Bailey Quin said...

I much prefer round tables for the conversation factor, although I do love the look of a banquet. I think the shorter banquet tables you show here that seat 10 are a great "best of both worlds"...The banquet look with more intimate conversation, fab!

Cookie Cutter said...

Most of the weddings here have round tables. They're great for talking all round the table and you don't worry excessively about who you are sitting next to. But long tables just look so classic and elegant, don't they?


blogger templates | Make Money Online