Table & Linen Rental Size Guide

Use our charts & guides to help plan your special event! Whether you’re hosting an elegant company party or a backyard reception, our Sizing Guidelines below are a great place to start.

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Pick a Table Type:

Round tables encourage socializing among your guests and create a traditional, timeless feel, especially for weddings and galas.

Exclusive Tip: Drape each table in a shimmery floor-length linen and add a solid satin linen of ¾ or half-drop length over the top for a chic accent!

Naked​

1/2 Drop

Corner Drop

3/4 Drop​

3″ From Floor​

Floor Length​

Table Size Seating Linen Look Linen Size
48″ Round Table 6 People
Corner Drop 12″ drop, corners almost to floor 72″ Square Linen
3/4 Drop 21″ drop, 9″ from floor 90″ Round Linen
Floor Length 108″ Round Linen
60″ Round Table 8 People
1/2 Drop 15″ drop, 15″ from floor 90″ Round Linen
3/4 Drop 24″ drop, 6″ from floor 108″ Round Linen
Floor Length 120″ Round Linen
72″ Round 8-10 People
Corner Drop 12″ drop, 26″ drop on corners 90″ Square
1/2 Drop 12″ drop, 18″ from floor 90″ Round
3″ From Floor 27″ drop 120″ Round
Full Length 132″ tablecloth

Rectangular tables are space-conscious and their straight lines lend a modern look to your event space. To make the most of your space, arrange rectangular tables in parallel rows.

Banquet-style linens are ideal for luncheons and less formal events while floor-length linens are perfect for formal occasions.

Exclusive Tip: Table runners are the best way to add interest to your rectangular tables. Dress your tables in a solid linen and accent with a vibrant, patterned, or textured table runner!

Banquet Style​

Floor Length​

Table Size Seating Linen Look Linen Size
4′ x 30″ 4-6 People
Floor Length Almost to Floor 54″ x 114″
6′ x 30″ 6-8 People
Banquet Style 21″ drop on sides, 24″ drop on ends 72″ x 120″
Banquet Style Floor length on sides, 12″ drop on ends 90″ Square
Floor Length 90″ x 132″
Floor Length & Drop drape floor on sides, 24″ drop on ends/td> 120″ Round
8′ x 30″ 8-10 People
Banquet Style 21″ drop on sides, 12″ drop on ends 72″ x 120″
Floor Length 90″ x 156″
Floor Length & Drop drape floor on sides, 6″ drop on ends 108″ Round
Floor Length & Drop drape floor on sides, 12″ drop on ends 120″ Round

Accommodating only two to four people, Pub tables are ideal for cocktails and conversation. With naked or floor-length options, you can dress your Pub tables to perfectly ornament your space.

Exclusive Tip: Cover your Pub tables with a floor length linen and add other fabric such as organza or taffeta to create a dreamy layered effect!

Naked​

Floor Length​

Corner Drop​

Floor Length – with Tie​

3″ from Floor​

Table Size Seating Linen Look Linen Size
24″ Round 2 People
Floor Length 108″ Round
Floor Length – With Tie 120″ Round
30″ Round 2-4 People
Floor Drape 120″ Round
Floor Length – With Tie 132″ Round
36″ Round 4 People
Floor Length 120″ Round
Floor Length – With Tie 132″ Round

Napkin Folding Guide

“How to fold the folds that hold”

The Candle Fold

The Candle

  1. Fold napkin in half diagonally
  2. Fold down base 1/3 way
  3. Turn napkin over and roll from bottom to top
  4. Tuck corners inside cuff at base of fold and stand
  5. Turn one layer of point down and set on base

 
Bird of Paradise Fold

Bird of Paradise

  1. Fold napkin in half and in half again
  2. Then fold in half diagonally with points on the top and facing up
  3. Fold left and right sides down along center line, turning their extended points under
  4. Fold in half on long dimension with edges facing out
  5. Pull up points and arrange on a fabric surface

 
The Rose Fold

The Rose

  1. Fold all 4 corners of open napkin to center
  2. Fold new corners to center
  3. Turn napkin over and fold all four corners to center
  4. Holding center firmly, reach under each corner and pull up flaps to form petals.
  5. Reach between petals and pull flaps from underneath

 
The Goblet Fan Fold

The Goblet Fan

  1. Fold napkin in half
  2. Pleat from bottom to top
  3. Turn napkin back 1/3 of the way on right (folded) end and place into goblet
  4. Spread out pleats at top

 
Rosebud Fold

Rosebud

  1. Fold napkin in half diagonally
  2. Fold corners to meet at top point
  3. Turn napkin over and fold bottom 2/3 way up
  4. Turn napkin around and bring corners together, tucking one into the other
  5. Turn napkin around and stand on base

 
Lady Windemere’s Fan Fold

Lady Windemere’s Fan

  1. Fold napkin in half
  2. Starting at bottom, accordion pleat 2/3 way up
  3. Fold in half with pleating on the outside
  4. Fold upper right corner diagonally down to folded base of pleats and turn under edge
  5. Place on table and release pleats to form fan

 
Clown’s Hat Fold

Clown’s Hat

  1. Fold napkin in half bringing bottom to top
  2. Holding center of bottom with finger, take lower right corner and loosely roll around center
  3. Matching corners, until cone is formed
  4. Turn napkin upside down, then turn up hem all around. Turn and stand on base

 
The Cardinal’s Hat Fold

The Cardinal’s Hat

  1. Fold napkin in half diagonally
  2. Fold corners to meet at top point
  3. Turn napkin over with points to the top, fold lower corner 2/3 way up
  4. Fold back onto itself
  5. Bring corners together tucking one into the other. Open base of fold and stand upright>

 
Pyramid Fold

Pyramid

  1. Fold napkin in half diagonally
  2. Fold corners to meet at top point
  3. Turn napkin over and fold in half
  4. Pick up at center and stand on base of triangle

 
The Arum Lily Fold

The Arum Lily

  1. Fold napkin in half bringing bottom to top
  2. Fold corners to top
  3. Fold bottom up to 1" below top
  4. Fold point back onto itself
  5. Fold each of the points at top down and tuck under edge of folded up bottom and fold down one layer of top point and tuck under base fold
  6. Turn napkin over and tuck left and right sides into each other
  7. Open base and stand

 
The Crown Fold

The Crown

  1. Fold napkin in half diagonally
  2. Fold corners to meet at top point
  3. Fold bottom point 2/3 way to top and fold back onto itself
  4. Turn napkin over bringing corners together, tucking one into the other
  5. Peel two top corners to make crown. Open base of fold and stand upright

 
Bishop’s Mitre Fold

Bishop’s Mitre

  1. Fold napkin bringing top to bottom
  2. Fold corner's to center line
  3. Turn napkin over and rotate 1/4 turn
  4. Fold bottom edge up to top edge and flip point out from under top fold
  5. Turn left end into pleat at left forming a point on left side
  6. Turn napkin over and turn right end into pleat forming a point on right side.
  7. Open base and stand upright

Table Setting Guides

Banquets range in setups from formal sit downs to more casual buffet service. Sit down meals will require more service pieces than buffets and will take added time in setup.