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23 Beautiful Banquet-Style Tables For Your Wedding Reception

23 Beautiful Banquet-Style Tables For Your Wedding Reception


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Photo by Lauren and Abby Ross

A monochrome tent and hanging greenery all the way down the table.? That's what we call dreamy. Oh, and sign us up for those basket hanging pendant lamps!

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Photo by Erich McVey

Who says one runner is all you need? Double up on the runners in both greenery and a soft and organic linen like this one and then put as many candles as you can possibly fit and run 'em all the way down the table.

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Photo by Pat Furey Photography

The perfect way to get in those moody jewel tones for a beginning of fall wedding? Mix vintage colored glasses in deep blues and golds and then mix with matching taper candles and brass candlesticks.

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Photo by Jessa Schifilliti

Long tables feel dramatic and interesting with colored linens in surprising palettes instead of a neutral (which we also love!). This one feels right for a spring brunch wedding-just add a mimosa bar!

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Photo by Jodee Debes

Who needs linens to cover your long tables when they're so beautiful on their own? Skip the tablecloths if you've got wooden beauties like these!

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Jose Villa

In case you don't want to go TOO dramatically long with your table but still like the idea, try shorter banquet tables for a similar feel.

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Lane Dittoe

A long, romantic reception table with floral centerpieces, crisp white dinnerware, and rustic cross-back chairs.

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Jessica Loren

A crisp, winding reception table decorated with arrangements of baby's breath and vintage dinnerware, and lined with dark, fold-back wooden chairs.

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Pat Furey

A long, rustic reception table decorated with colorful flower arrangements, mismatched candles, and eclectic dinnerware. An industrial, urban space-like a renovated factory or warehouse or a brewery-would be the perfect place to pull off this look.

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Photo by Sanaz Photography

Go all out with your long tables and really make them pop with a bright and cheery linen color like this bright coral. The floral garland echoes the linens and brings everything together! Just make sure you go more neutral with the rest of your decor so it doesn't get too overwhelming.

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Elizabeth LaDuca

Nothing says modern classic like a subtle palette of grays, whites, and greens. Also, greenery chandeliers are a fairly inexpensive way to make an impact at your reception.

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Photo by Carlie Statsky, Planning & design by Coastside Couture and floral design by Seascape Flowers

A long, elegant reception table decorated with crisp dinnerware, a wispy greenery table runner, and lined with dark wooden chairs. (And PS heat lamps are certainly an important part of an outdoor reception if you're planning on getting married somewhere cooler!).

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Photo by Erich McVey

A seemingly hidden and tucked away courtyard is filled with a long table fit for a feast. No need for extra decor; the ivy covered walls are all the decoration you need!

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Photo by Austin Gros

Nothing dresses up a reception like (what appears to be) a hanging garden! This thick and winding greenery installation feels wild and whimsical and a perfect way to bring the outdoors in.

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Photo by Jessa Schifilliti

We love the dark blue linens on the these tables, although it may not work in a smaller space, in a huge and open room like this it adds some drama. So does that big, beautiful fireplace and that floral installation over it!

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Photo by Braedon Flynn

A subtle palette of light blue, wood and brick, and whites make for an effortlessly chic set-up. Add in some romantic curtains and lots of candle light to really set the tone.

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Photo by Emilie White

Bare wooden tables mirror the industrial feel of this venue, and are dressed up with modern, tropical centerpieces in bright poppy colors.

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Photo by Miles and Miles

Who needs flowers when you've got potatoes and grasses and dozens of candles in every color of the rainbow? This couple constructed these custom tables themselves for an artsy-cool reception.

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Photo by Katherine Ann Rose

Why just have one or two chandeliers when you have ten? When you've got more table length you've got more space for fun hanging installations and lighting!

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Photo by Sarah Falugo

Why have separate ceremony and reception spaces when you can combine the two this beautifully? We love the idea of using reception tables as seating during the ceremony, and especially with the way these tables are positioned!

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Photo by Heather Kincaid

With a room as grand as this you barely need decorations-but we'll take the all black and white tablescapes and centerpieces any day of the week!

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Photo by Rebecca Wood

This crisp reception feels subtly tropical (dried palm leaves, cane chairs), and equal parts airy and dreamy.

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A budget-saving tip: Craft paper as a runner and a garland made only of greenery! Have your planner source vintage brass candlesticks to round out this classic look.