- 4 months ago
Our venue has a very long and thin breakfast room, 100x24ft to be exact and our guestlist is only about 60. The best setup we can envisage is one long table akin to state dining as this will use a significant amount of the length and still seems to look okay in pictures regardless of the width of the room. The tables we have to work with are 6x3ft and 4x2ft so we could create any width from 3-6ft when doubling up. 3ft will obviously be the most intimate but may look a bit narrow in isolation as these are typically used with several rows. 4ft would be a happy medium but requires many more tables (though I don’t think this will be an issue). 5ft probably won’t be an option as the legs from the 3 and the 2 wouldn’t line up but is included for completeness! 6ft would no doubt look the most fitting and impressive but we’re a little concerned about the atmosphere and scope for chat across the table as it already seems to be pushing it when conversing across 5ft rounds to the person opposite. Which one would you go for?