Choosing Linens For Your Event

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ISES 2015 Showcase — Photo Credit: Frances Photography — Stationary: Platypus Papers

There is a lot to consider when you plan an event. Is it formal and elegant or rustic and casual? Is it quirky and fun or classic and vintage? One of the best ways to communicate a theme is by the linens. Here are a few things to decide before you book your special event rentals.

Halfway or Floor-length

This decision is decided based on the formality of the event and size of your budget. If you choose shorter linens, they are less expensive but do not come with free overlays.

Standard Polyester

Our standard fabric comes in 61 colors. It is inexpensive and qualifies for the Free Overlay Program. The possibilities of color combinations are endless.

Specialty Fabrics

Specialty linens come in many patterns and fabrics such as crush, damask, pintuck, silk, silk/satin, lace, spandex and faux burlap. Silk is available in four patterns: solid, swirl, pintuck and infinity. They add texture, shine, and richness to your party.

Runner or Overlay

Use a runner or overlay to add layers and pizzazz to your tables while keeping to your budget. Overlays are available as 54×54 or 84×84 square inches. Also, as 90 or 96 inch round overlays.

Superbowl

Denver Broncos inspired display table.

These can be hard decisions to make unless you see it in person. Just give us a call at 303-935-7705 to schedule an appointment in our Design Center. We can do a mock-up table of your dream and find linens that fit your vision. If you have pictures, centerpieces, invitations or other items that you want to use to match the theme and colors, please bring them to your appointment. We look forward to seeing you!

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