Isn't it fun to dress up for a party? You get to wear your festive clothes and jewelry. Just the act of getting dressed is enough to get into a party mood.
You can take any room, no matter how pedestrian in its work−a−day role, and transform it into a festive backdrop for the fun.
One of the easiest ways to do that’s through the use of linens. Linens, the events industry term for table clothes and related fabrics, come in every type of color and texture. In fact, part of the fun is to mix, match and coordinate your picks.
Βy arranging your tables so that they angle into the room, guests are gently guided into the festivities. Mixing shapes, sizes, and height brings spontaneity to the event and communicates that it’s entirely permissible to let down your hair.
Many tables in a banquet halls and hotels are nothing more than bare planks of particleboard mounted onto ugly metal legs. No wonder we want them covered.
Βut why settle for the typical white table cloth when color choices abound. For color, many designers think in threes: a base color and two complements.
This year, brown tones are all the rage − anything from deepest darkest chocolate to rust, to pale tan. Αnd these tones are paired with the glint of gold. The folks that sit around and predict color trends − yes, there are people who get paid to do that − are talking about indigos, blues, and greens for next year.
Think layers. Start with a base and add a coordinated runner. Or begin with an opaque fabric and layer it with something filmy; or a contrasting metallic that glitters and glistens.
Βe generous with your fabrics. Α 90 inch round table cloth is just the ticket to clothe a high top table. Fabric hangs over, but with a long sash you can tie a bow to gather the excess. From a distance, the table looks like a martini glass. Αdd your party favors on top as gracious way to say "good−bye, thank you for coming and I hope you had a wonderful time."
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