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One of the key elements to pay attention to when planning your wedding reception is the wedding table. Most receptions have anywhere from 10 to 20 wedding tables where people can sit during the reception and talk. This article will provide some tips for wedding tables, describe some ways for decorating, and talk about what goes on the table.

When you are planning the reception and the ceremony, one of the first things to figure out is the colors that you would like to have. The color scheme is a major unifying factor in the entire wedding. It starts with the ceremony and is often carried over to the reception. The dresses of the bridesmaid often set this color scheme along with hte decorations. Most people select 2 or three colors. One of the colors is primary and the other colors are used to complement. The wedding tables should generally follow this color scheme.

In order to implement the color scheme on the table, you should think about several things. The table cloth and the table linnens can be crucial for implementing the color scheme on in the reception. The tablecloth sets the background for how the tables will look and also sets the color for the reception. The linens taht go on top ofthe table are usually the same color as the table cloth or else complement it.

When you are lookling at the wedding tables, the first thing that your eyes should be drawn to are the centerpieces. The centerpieces are usually seasonal decorations that are set up in the middle of the table. They should not be too tall and should allow yourguests to talk without moving them and to make eye contact. In addition, the centerpieces should be set up to complement the tablecloth color. they are designed to be a table accent and complement the rest of the decor.

After you have decided on these things, you should also look at the items that go on the table. Some of the things taht go on the table include: silverware, glasses, placesettings, and the food itself. This section will focus on the plates and serving pieces. Generally, it is hard to go wrong with white plates. However you can use different colored plates and glasses, but be careful and stick to your color scheme. You do not want to have untasteful clashes.

The final things taht go on the table are the cameras, bells, and or favors. These items should also match the wedding decor. Here again, a good color is silver or white. These items are also accent pieces and should not be the center of attention. In addition, these pieces whould be placed out of the way, yet still in a place where guests can reach them. When you have all of these items, you should have nice looking tables for your wedding reception.

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