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Choose your wedding table linens with ease

Planning the details of your wedding can be daunting, and even difficult. From deciding which plates will adorn your tables to the color of your floral arrangements, every little detail needs consideration. When you are not experienced with weddings or planning them, it can certainly be difficult to know where to start!

With all of the aspects of planning a wedding, one big decision is the outcome of your table linens, as they will be the staple of your d├ęcor. Here at I Thee Wed, we are passionate about creating the perfect wedding day for you and your partner, and we believe that planning such a beautiful day should not be so terribly stressful, which is why we have gathered some helpful tips to assist you in choosing your wedding table linens, so be sure to continue reading to learn more:

·         Determine your table needs. From your guest list to the style of your decor, determining your table’s needs is crucial in planning your linens. Your guest list lets you know just how many table linens you will need, but, it is also important that you do not forget to include your cake table, Mr. and Mrs. table or any other special display tables that you will have at your big day. Your table styles will also determine the type of linens you will need, as the long banquet tables will require much different linens than the round cake table. So, count the number of linens and the shapes that you will need to make sure that each table is beautifully covered.
·         Pick your colors. There is no right or wrong approach to take when choosing your linen colors. Overall, this is your big day, and you can decorate it any way that you would like. Whether you are bringing elements of your theme into your table linens, or contrasting your overall wedding colors, it is important that you make a decision so that you can begin ordering your linens. You can bring a taste of the season to your venue with linens in deep red and orange hues for Fall, fresh pastel colors for Spring and white for Winter. There are numerous possibilities, so finding the one that makes you and your partner happy is what is most important.
·         Try something new. Sometimes new can be scary, especially on such an important day, but it can’t hurt to look. You could be pleasantly surprised as you come across a linen that you did not even know existed, so do not be afraid to ask around or look online for a little inspiration. You could come up with a linen choice that, looking back later on, was unthinkable to not have, so you never know what you may discover.

There are numerous linen options for you to choose from for your big day, and choosing the linens that you feel will bring your wedding to its full potential is crucial. Here at I Thee Wed, we are passionate about bringing your wedding visions to life. So, if you are ready to start planning your greater Cincinnati area big day, contact us to schedule your consultation.


Photo credit for photo 1: 513 Photography
Photo credit for photo 2: Estes Images

Comments

stevenjared0853 said…
Thanks a lot for sharing things which we need to consider while planning for wedding venue decoration. It’s not at all easy to book a cheap Seattle Wedding venues and decorating it with unique idea. For all of my wedding arrangements I have booked wedding planner.

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