measurements & linen info

*LINENS ARE NOT INCLUDED. The standard wedding package comes with rectangle tables.


  • The majority of our rectangle tables are 96"long x 30"wide x 30"tall (aka 8' x 2.5'). 
  • We have a small round table that is commonly used as the "head table", which is  40" in diameter. 
  • We have a couple of smaller rectangle tables that are 5' x 2' or 4' x 2'. 
  • Our larger round tables are 60" in diameter 
  • *there may be an extra labor charge to use more than 2 of our large round tables - $100 for up to 11 round tables. We currently only own 11, so please let us know as soon in advance as possible if you will be needing more than 11 and we'll work up a quote for you


TABLECLOTH MEASUREMENTS

  • Rectangle Tables (8' long): 
    • Floor length cloths will need to be approx. 156”long x 90”wide
    • Mid-length cloths will need to be approx. 120”long x 60”


  • Round Tables (5' wide): 
    • Floor-length cloths will need to be approx. 120” in diameter
    • Mid-length cloths will need to be approx. 90” in diameter 

*Both the round and rectangle tables mentioned above usually seat up to 8 people (7 would be optimal for the round tables, but 8 works. You can seat up to 10 at the rectangle tables, but we advise against this due to seating people on the ends and blocking walkways).


How to figure out table linen measurements for other size tables:

To find the measurement of a table linen, you would add the measurements of the width of the table plus the height multiplied by 2 (because there are 2 sides) and the length of the table plus the height multiplied by 2 (because there are 2 sides). 


  • Floor length (linens that hang down to then floor):
    • Most standard dining tables are approx. 30" tall, so a general rule would be to add 30" per side to the width of the table to get the measurement for floor length table linen.   
  • Mid-length (linens that hang down half way):
    • Most standard dining tables are approx. 30" tall, so a general rule would be to add 15" per side to the width and length of the table to get the measurement for mid-length linens. 

Examples:


  • Unusual size example: A 40" round table you would add 40" (width) plus 30" (height) plus 30" (height) to get the measurement for floor length cloths. The total would be 100". Since 100" is not a standard size linen, you would round up or down to the nearest size (90" or 108"). 


*Prices subject to change