Are the Wedding Bells About to Ring? Table Linens Could Make or Break Your Wedding’s Look Check Out These Tips for Choosing the Perfect Linens for You

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Table linens rentals

The wedding industry is exploding: 88% of all Americans get married at least once in their lifetimes, and weddings collectively make up a $50 billion industry. What a budget! And each weekend, there are an average of 44,230 weddings happening around the country. That’s a lot of bridesmaid dresses.

This article isn’t intended to be the end all, be all guide to wedding planning, because let’s face it: no such thing could ever possibly exist. There are just too many huge and tiny little things to think about. Half of all women report finding planning their wedding more stressful than they anticipated, and they spend an average of eleven hours per week on building that perfect day.

Instead, this article is all about one of those things that you might think of as tiny, optional, extra — but it’s ac


Tablecloth Rentals Are Available in a Variety of Colors to Match the Theme of Your Event

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Renting linens for a wedding reception

Scene Number One
The cluttered entryway to the reception hall was filled with half empty boxes of the most beautifully colored linens and parts and pieces of what appeared to be table centerpieces. When the guests entered the reception space, the mother of the college graduate was frantically trying to get the a video connected to the whole room projector. Two other women were working to assemble the final decorations on and around the cake and cupcakes. Although the room looked nice, it was easy to be distracted by all of the activity going on throughout the space. It was difficult to know if you should walk in, sign the guest book, or wait in the cluttered front entry. After awkwardly uncovering the guest book and signing your name, you tried to catch someone’s at