Trying to divide 250 wedding guests into harmonious tables of 8-10 for your reception can be agonizing. It's no wonder, then, that more and more couples are choosing family-style dining.
We love this trend because the newlyweds can dine with their friends and family at a long banquet table, rather than sitting apart from everyone at the front of the room.
Communal tables are also narrow, which makes it easier for diners to have conversations. Just be sure to choose centerpieces and flower arrangements that aren't too tall; otherwise, your guests will have difficulty seeing each other.
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