Post # 1
so bc we r having destination wedding, our number of guest is 30 tops. We r having it at 15 century castle in europe in vilage i grow up. i just wondering how to make tble settings. round tables r more for bigger weddings, u fit 8-10 pl. have 3 tables is nonsence. but how to make the table setting look nice? i didnt saw any ideas online. Did any of u have small wedding?Any ideas girls. im cutting so close….
Post # 3
you could have a 1 long table for everyone to sit at. it could be beautiful. like the one below…good luck!
Post # 4
yeah, one or two long tables could be great! I also recently saw a picture of a wedding that had small round tables that sat about four, you could do that! I will post the picture if I find it!
Post # 5
the reception room is round and we need to fit dancing floor, band, tables an buffet. oh so much work in such a short time.
Post # 7
We had around 36 people and we had 6 tables (tables of about 6 people). The ‘head table’ was in the center and the others were around it evenly spaced like spokes.
Post # 8
my wedding is about 50 people and we will use two lines of rectangular tables. i love the family style feeling
Post # 9
Well I think a long table would be the best way to go. Even if you had small round tables to fit maybe only 4 people, you might be splitting up families that have maybe 5 or 6 people. Atleast with a long table, everyone would be sitting together. You could always shape it to work in your venue. Do like a U shape or something
Post # 10
I agree with the other girls about 1 or 2 long tables. I also like @wendys328’s idea to do a u-shaped table. That could be a really cool way to have everyone joined together.