Throwing a wedding often means taking care of countless details.  But at the end of the day, it’s all about wedding venues. The way you dress up your banquet hall—and most especially your guest tables—are what people remember the most. One of the easiest ways to make your wedding design stand out is by adding unique touches of your personality to the dinner table. It doesn’t matter whether you choose fine dining or a more casual/informal setting. The small details you pick out are the ones that will make or break your Woodbridge wedding. Here are some creative ways to inject your personality into your reception table designs:

  1. When it comes to wedding set-ups, it is usually the small touches that leave a mark on guests. A great way to add a unique signature to your table setting is to get creative with your place cards. Instead of traditional name cards, consider custom silhouette art of the bride and groom’s profile, stamping guest names above or onto the silhouette art. These kinds of preppy details leave lasting impressions on guests.
  2. Table runners are also big when it comes to wedding table design. Depending on your theme, choose linens and runners that tie the look of your entire venue together. These details play a crucial part in harmonizing the overall feel of your wedding hall.
  3. If you want to break away from traditional table settings, going the minimalistic route is an excellent way to make your setup stand out. Choosing humble and more refined elements in place of elaborate floral settings is a great way to tone down your table set up and give your wedding tables a more inviting feel.

Wedding décor has a unique power to bring banquet hall venues to life and tie your wedding setup together. From your choice of plates and glassware to your linens and other small details and personal touches—all these elements work together to help you create a tabletop design that speaks to your taste and personality while setting the tone of your wedding venue.

Author: Patricia

With a flair for the dramatic, Patricia puts her left-sided brain to work on the restaurant's aesthetic and creative event planning.  She specializes in event planning and wedding receptions. Additionally, she loves writing articles on corporate and special event catering.