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October 11, 2016

Sheers bring texture and color together in a way that one solid linen cannot.

Sheers highlight both the underlay and overlay. Reference Pixie Dust in gold and silver.

A favorite for a romantic palette is blush with a champagne overlay. Reference sheer embroidered sequins...

September 26, 2016

We recently posted about the various styles you can use for High Top Tables. If you choose to go with tied sashes, here are the steps we suggest you follow:

1. Get someone to help you.

2. Put the linen on and check that the center point is in center of table (this saves...

September 12, 2016

While there are many sizes of tables, several are most common among event venues. Rectangular tables are usually 6ft or 8ft long. Round tables (for guests) are typically 60” (5ft) or 72” (6ft) round. All tables are 30” off the ground.

Don't make the mistake of getting t...

August 29, 2016

While there are many sizes of tables that may need covered, there are several sizes that are most common in venues. For rectangle tables, the question of what size linens you need directly relates to whether you want half or floor length linens.

If a half-length cloth i...

August 5, 2016

Linens for high top tables can either go straight to the floor, or a larger linen can be used and tied with a sash. High tops are 42” off the ground, so cloth size = (42x2)+diameter.

If you plan to have the linen drape to the floor, usually a 120 RD linen is the right s...

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