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Showers using Banquet Tables

If you have hosted a shower, baby or bridal, that uses 6' banquet tables, or any non-round tables, can I see pics? I'm interesting in seeing how you set up the floor plan. TIA

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Re: Showers using Banquet Tables

  • I'm planning a baby shower with long banquet tables, and my guest list will be about 50-60. I plan to set up the tables in two rows, with about 25-30 people at each table to eat and chat. For the gift opening, I'm hoping that I can set up chairs away from the tables in a large circle so that everyone can see.

    If that doesn't work, I'll probably just try to sit the older ladies towards the front so that they can see a little better.

    I'm going to buy long bolts of fabric to act as tablecloths and set up Mason jars of flowers in rows down the middle of each table.


  • I wrok in the party business... let me give you a few tips. I don't know the # of guests but if you have to use the banquet tables you can either set them up in a letter U or if the number is lower you can do a letter H. Hope that helps.
    Kevin & Lisa




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