Pretty Napkins and Folds

Jun 24 2009

Pretty Napkins & Folds for Weddings

Napkins and a variation of folds hold a fascination for me. Be them cloth or paper, I always appreciate the time and creativity of an interesting pattern and fold. They contribute so much personality to the table setting. Be inspired!

Napkins fold with herb ties

Love the organic yet chic feel of this table setting!

Modern napkins

How clever… using pretty rubber bands to hold down the napkins for a casual, outdoor reception.

Napkins and folds for outdoor wedding idea

3 table settings images above

Napkin fold for wedding

unique napkin fold

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folded napkin with ribbon

last two images

Interested in exploring different folds?  Find a variation of napkin folds and etiquette instructions here.

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10 thoughts on “Pretty Napkins and Folds

  1. I love the red and white place settings with the wooden balls down the center of the table. With a lower centerpiece, conversations are easier during the meal. Otherwise, you may run into the awkwardness of talking to a floral centerpiece instead of the bride’s irretrievably handsome, single cousin.

  2. My brother’s groom’s dinner is this weekend, and my mom is planning red bandanas for napkins, tied with a raffia bow – in honor of the couple moving out west after the wedding.

  3. Wow, I didn’t know there were so many different ways to fold a napkin. Some of the ways are so innovative and really bring out your wedding colors! Thanks for the inspirations!

  4. Does anyone know the name of the blue napkin fold? It is the second to last image.

  5. I would love to know how to fold like the depiction of the blue napkins. Very lovely and elegant. Have anyone found the instructions for this?

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