How many guests can you have at a table?
Knowing How Many Wedding Guests to Seat at Each Table
|Table Size||Number of Guests Per Table|
|1.68 metres (5 feet 6 inches round)||9–11 guests|
|1.83 metres (6 feet round)||10–12 guests|
|1.83 metres x 76 centimetres (6 feet x 2 feet 6 inches trestle table) used in a long line||Four guests using sides only|
How many wedding tables do you need for 100 guests?
For a large wedding with 100 guests, we’d recommend to have at least 8 people per table, as there simply won’t be enough room at most venues for more tables. For weddings with fewer guests, you can probably afford to sit 6 guests around each table.
Who sits at table 1 at a wedding?
Typically, the bride sits on the groom’s left, with the best man on the bride’s right and the maid of honor on the groom’s right. Head table seating is traditionally boy-girl, but you don’t have to follow this tradition.
How many tables do you need for 60 people?
|Seating Capacity for Tables|
|Table Size||Number of People|
|60 inch Round (5′)||Seats 8 – 10 Adults|
|48 inch Round (4′)||Seats 6 – 8 Adults|
|36 inch Round (3′)||Seats 3 – 5 Adults|
Do round tables take up less space?
Perfect for Smaller Spaces
Round tables have smaller footprints than rectangular tables of the same size because there are no corners that actually waste space. This means that you it is easier to fit a suitable round table into a smaller space compared to a standard rectangular table.
How many long tables do you need for 50 guests?
The math is pretty simple here if you want to just go with the blind rule of 1 table per 10 guests. That’s 5 cocktail tables for 50 guests and 6 tables for 60 guests.