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Enjoying Your Own Party

A few years ago, I went to the best party that I have ever been to. It was my friend's wedding reception, and I can't even begin to tell you how much thought and planning she put into the event. She had activities for everyone, and the atmosphere was amazing. Ever since that day, I have been trying to make the parties that I plan just as fun and interesting. Although my parties might not be up to snuff quite yet, I have learned a few tricks that might help you, too. Check out this website for more information on creating memorable events.


Which Cake Table Is Right For You? 5 Practical Considerations

The wedding cake is a central feature of most nuptials. That makes its presentation an important part of your day. But what about the practical elements of the cake table? What should you look for in your ideal cake table? Here are a few things to consider. 

1. How Large Is the Cake?

The first factor to consider is the size and grandness of the cake itself. A small cake looks great on its own, but placing it on a large table only highlights its diminutive size. On the other hand, a large or tall cake on a small table can not only overwhelm it but also be a hazard. So choose your table after you design your cake. 

2. Will You Need to Work?

Next, consider what you will be doing at the table. Will one or more people cut the cake there at the table? Will you hand out cake slices buffet-style? How many utensils and plating tools will be used? The more you need to do practically at the site, the more space you should leave. Some couples benefit from adding another work table nearby. 

3. Can People Get Around It?

Look at how the table will fit into its space. While it performs as the star of the show once during the reception, it will be on stage for the entire evening. Make sure it's not a tripping hazard and doesn't stick out far enough that people must work around it to navigate. If there's any increased risk of someone bumping the table, rent a better-fitting version and move some elements elsewhere. 

4. Where Will You Stand?

Do you plan to do the traditional cake-cutting ceremony? This is a highlight for many, but it requires some strategic planning. Where do you want to stand? Will guests be able to form a crowd? Can people farther away see you? And can the photographer capture the best shots? Practice this in advance to ensure that you fit comfortably and the table doesn't get in the way. 

5. How Does Shape Affect It?

Finally, what shape should your table be? Different shapes have different decorative and practical effects. While many couples opt for a round table to match a round cake, don't overlook a more elegant square shape, a long buffet table that offers a clearer work area, or even a unique handmade table to add drama. 

Where to Start

Begin finding the perfect cake table by touring the inventory at an event rental service in your area today. No matter what you choose, paying attention to the practical features of table design will ensure the best results on your big day.  

For more info about table rentals, contact a local company.