(Closed) What size table cloth?

posted 5 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
51 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

If you won’t know what your tables look like (i.e. if you are renting them or otherwise won’t see the actual tables being used at the wedding) GO WITH THE 90X156. What will happen is that the legs of the tables will show and can look kind of tacky in pics.  At our wedding, we rented tables and theywere all mismatched and different colored (two were broken and taped back together, yay duct tape!), so imagine how that would have looked with short tablecloths. 

DEFINITELY do not do the 60×120 under these circumstances. That is way too short.  If you must, go with the 90×132, you’d be showing the bottom 10 inches. You may not notice much difference on on one table but imagine how it would look on several tables, it’s up to you to determine how much that matters to you. My husband is a photographer so those kinds of things irk him, so we went with the 90×156.

However, if you are doing your reception at a restaurant or something where you can see the tables and they all match, then by all means, go with the cheapest ones!

Shameless marketing plug: I will eventually be selling the tablecloths from my wedding, and will be listing them soon. Let me know if you are interested and I will give you the heads up when it’s posted. They are all white and I’ve got about 2 dozen for 8 ft tables, a dozen for 6 ft, and 3 cocktail tablecloths.

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