Post # 1
We will have about 75 (more or less) guests… Cocktail hour won’t be seated (I don’t think… is that bad??)…
Trying to figure out how many high-tops I should rent…
It will be outdoors. I’m thinking of having these high-tops placed near the lake.
Post # 3
My daughter’s was at a yacht club, so cocktail hour was on a huge wraparound deck. We had 5 large tables for seating, 6 hi tops, plus all the benches and seperate deck chairs to use. Hi tops are used usually only by 2-4 people, since the surface area is too small to hold much more than a few drinks. Add in some small food plates and they get pretty crowded quickly.
We had 90.
Post # 4
I am not doing a seated cocktail hour either.. I will have a few chairs for the older folks in the crowd but for about 100 people I am going to plan on about 8-10 high tops for people to place their drinks etc.