Breakfast Bar Table Ideas | Is tradition changing? For years we view the long straight head table build to the bride, groom and wedding party. It can be a much more tough to talk to your entire wedding party in particular when it’s one large long table. Now, we are seeing more brides taking a look at different alternatives because of their head table. Many desire a more intimate, restaurant feel as if these are spending the evening out with their friends in the relaxed and fun atmosphere (which these are needless to say).
Over the very last couple of years I have seen some unique head table setups. Many brides wish to prevent the long table look and choose “out with the norm”. It is surprising to listen to a number of couples mention how shy these are and don’t wish to be in the spotlight while eating their meal. Others just wish to be different to make their wedding their own style.
Here are a number of ideas:
Restaurant style: How about one round table in the centre with the hall with color linens and centerpieces entirely completely different from all of your other guest tables. It would be quite evident that is the “head table”. You can even ask your decorator to hang crystals or paper lanterns from your ceiling that is to be only over your table.
See also: Hanukkah Table Decorations
Modern Twist: Boardroom or U-shape “King table” as it’s called is build in the centre of your venue by using 8 tables in the square formation. This is considered one of my favourites that you can accent the centre with the tables stuffed with many candles, a water pond that’s really cool, or floral arrangements.