As a couple getting ready for the big day you will surely enjoy the planning of the reception tables. This process is fun and exciting, especially for those who have a special design they wish to implement. You can look for ideas on the Internet or ask for the advice of a specialist in field. Go and see more venues in your local area and analyze the display of the tables. Ask if they have other arrangements to recommend you.
Many brides and groom of today want to make their wedding unique and for this they are willing to design their own setting. If you want to enjoy more freedom in arranging and decorating the tables at your wedding, you can choose an open field or any other outdoorsy venue for the party. You should be able to envision the perfect setting and backdrop for an alfresco wedding reception easier than for an indoors party. The reception is the moment of grand celebration for the newlyweds and their guests. They are all happy for the sacred union of the bride and groom and now they are ready to party all night long.
You can choose the right venue for the party only after you’ve finished the guest list. You need to know how many people will attend your wedding so that you can arrange the tables and the seats. There are many criteria to focus on when selecting the best table display for the reception. You have to calculate the number of all tables required in the party. You need the head table for you and the wedding party, the dessert table, the gift table, the guest book table, the food table and the guest tables. Make sure that the venue you select is roomy enough to fit all these. You can renounce at the cake and food buffet table if the space is smaller. Serve the food to each guest in part when it’s ready. The centerpieces are also trickier to plan when considering the specific of the venue.
If you’re having a countryside wedding you might want to go for the rustic or western style. Aside from the linens and cutlery the venue is offering, you must decide on the flowers, napkins and other details of décor. If you’re having a colored themed wedding the venue might not even have the desired color for the linens and china. Focus on your wedding theme and try to connect the ceremony décor with the reception setting. Consider your personality when creating the head table and the guest tables. Think about the things you like and share, like music, reading, etc, and try to use a symbolic motif to reflect your hobbies.