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  • Creating Affordable and Intriguing Thanksgiving Table and Chair Decor

    Creating Affordable and Intriguing Thanksgiving...


    As you think about decor for your Thanksgiving Day celebration, there are lots of ways to keep your costs in check while making the most of your decorative ideas for the day. Cheap table linens are perfect for facilitating creative decor without overstretching your budget. You can find a lot of options in cheap table linens for the holiday, focusing on earthy colors like rust and brown. Contrast these selections with mustard and orange hues. Use a deeper and darker color for the basis of your table decor, adding layers of brighter shades in your selection of place mats and table napkins. Chair sashes can add a truly unique sense to your Thanksgiving feast. There are many pre-made chair sashes to consider. You can also explore bulk fabric that can be used to create your chair adornments. Fastening fall foliage embellishments to the points at which the chair sashes are tied can add to the festive feel of the occasion. You can use contrasting fabric to create rich visual effects. Pin name tags to each sash to designate your seating arrangement. Incorporate party games into your table and chair decor, placing numbers or symbols that are able to be exchanged for door prizes later. How do you get the most ‘bang for your buck’ from your table décor?

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  • Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas

    Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas


    Whether you’re planning a big Thanksgiving dinner, or happening to have a party with a Thanks theme, there are more than the traditional pilgrim styles t o decorate your table in. When it comes to picking out Thanksgiving tablecloths, it’s fun to make a spread that is as colorful as you are thankful! Thanks for the Earth A green tablecloth makes the base for this very earthy table setting. Add orange napkins, rich brown or burgundy napkin rings, and a pale green or brown table runner for contrast. For centerpieces, straight fall gourds and fruits will make a great touch for color and from the earth feel. Formal, Fine like Wine The fine like wine, burgundy table setting is a classic for Thanksgiving. The color palate provides a rich look, that we’re sure isn’t just there to cover up for when someone spills. The burgundy tablecloth is also a deep backdrop for your fine white china to shine against. Paired of course with burgundy napkins and a flower arrangement of warm red, pink, and peach blooms will complete the rosy, formal table. Natural Accents When it comes to adding those final touches to the table, don’t be afraid to get nutty. Literally. Acorns, pinecones, and red berries cleaned and tied around your napkins are a smart way to impress the guests. Any brown twigs tied up with twine and a die cut note card printed with “I’m thankful for” can be pulled together in a snap to tidy up any orange napkins you don’t have the time to fold in an fancy manner. Inspirations from and

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  • Pinteresting Party Boards From Plum to Pumpkins!

    Pinteresting Party Boards From Plum to Pumpkins!

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    What ideas have floored us from Pinterest this month? So many fantabulous ideas from across pinterest, from table arrangements, to knew napkin folding tricks to throwing all the standards out the window. Check out our top October Pinterest Picks! Who’s Expecting? There’s a bundle of joy on the way! When you have themes like ‘She’s About to Pop!’  to ‘Little Pumpkin’ parties,  there’s no need for typical blue and pink color themes, or “Guess the Sex!” in a general neutral color. Check out the pin board: A ‘Green’ 50th Anniversary. Go green with joy for a fresh celebration of an old love. We love this very green, elegant assortment of ideas including green organza table runners, Fiji mum arrangements, and lamp centerpieces. Check out the pin board: Forget the White – Plum purple shoes are more than popular, they’re an eye popping wedding detail. (Also, glam for any night out, business lunch or professional dinner – just think of the color coordination possibilities!) Still too typical? Why not make those bridal photos even more crazy by wearing bridal plum? If you let the bridesmaids wear white, you definitely know they’ll be able to reuse those dresses too. (And you can reuse yours!) Check out the pin board:

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  • Easy Recipes to Impress at an Intimate Gathering

    Easy Recipes to Impress at an Intimate Gathering

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    Black and white dress code? Easy enough to dig out of the closet. But a fashionable desert you can easily craft on top of everything else on your plate? Your menu should be as simple as setting the table and arranging the tablecloth. From salad to desert, we’ve got a complete menu ready to impress any guests, be it your new in-laws, prospective clients or favorite gal pals. Salad:  The colors and different ingredients really sell this simple salad. With technically only four steps and 22 minutes to completion you can spend time on what really matters. Get this Asparagus Artichoke Salad recipe at Appetizer: Preheat, prep, puff pastry and poof! A super elegant appearing appetizer is completed! Get this Baked Brie recipe at as well. Simple Dinner: One skillet, one baking pan, and just three steps to a really impressive dinner pizza that’s far from ordering out. Get this people pleasing pizza recipe from Taste of Home. Fancy Dinner: Pick the fun looking pasta, a leafy green like broccoli rabe (already sounding impressive though Kale, chard, mustard greens or spinach will work in a pinch!)  A one  pot recipe what you can easily add shrimp to make a whole meal. Get this pasta with garlicky broccoli rabe recipe from Smitten Kitchen. Side: Steamed bag vegetables. Trust us. Five minutes in the microwave after everything else is done and let cool while you start to bring food out to the table. Nothing simpler. Desert: When in doubt, pudding served in a fancy dishes, champagne glasses, or tumblers will be presentation perfect, either from a box or from this two minute Tiramisu recipe from Kraft.   

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  • Four Appetizers to Try At your Next Reception

    Four Appetizers to Try At your Next Reception

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    Tired of the typical finger foods? Whether you’re a tired reception hall coordinator or event planner working on her ‘ninth event and tired of shrimp cocktails, popcorn chicken, meatballs and chips n’ dip a fresh recipe is more than a delight – it’s delicious! Here are four new ideas to try out! Dumplings n’ Pot Stickers We may be a tad excited about this seeminly typical choice. There’s so many ways to pull them off, healthy or traditional, vegetarian or spicy, which means you can meet the needs of all of your guests. For a traditional recipe try Delish or for a vegetarian dumpling try Smitten Kitchen. Baked Spinach Dip Bread Bowls These single serve bread bowls let everyone 1. Get their fair share of the bread and 2. Are much less messy than any dip and bread bowl. Check out the bread bowl recipe at the Picky Palate. Chocolate Donuts with Salted Carmel Icing Suck up to your guests sweet tooth and throw all diets and caution to the wind with these amazing donuts. Make these up to three days ahead of your big event! Get the donut recipe at Table For Two Blog. Herbed Cream Cheese and Cucumber Bites Nothing weighs guests down like a heavy course of appetizers before ever getting to the dinner or cake! A light healthy bite like these cream cheese topped cucumbers are a cute and tangy treat which you can find at Alisa Burke.  

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  • How to Craft a Spooky Party Room

    How to Craft a Spooky Party Room


    Frightening parties arise with the full moon, complete with real spider webs, coffins, and iron caldrons filled with punch! Or at least they would if we lived in the movies. Throwing together a last minute Halloween party is never as easy as it seems in the movies , boo-rific parties don’t just happen but take a little prep. To throw your haunting Halloween party together make sure you have the following ready!   The shopping list: Tablecloths Orange and Black Streamers Red table napkins Twine Black caldrons Spider webs Antique or black frames Printing paper How to Decorate: Line a long desert table with long red tablecloths so everything pops with fabulous color!  Orange and black candy will be a tasty, yet spooky decoration as a candy buffet or piled around spider webs and framed printables. A great place to get Halloween printable designs is Moms By Heart or It Works for Bobbi. A plastic caldron or punch bowl sites on top of a golden round tablecloth, with sparkling golden and black glitter decorations or dangling streamers. If you get a large enough black caldron, run 8 black streamers down the table to create a spooky, man sized spider centerpiece. Wrap up silver utensils in napkins, tied off with twine and a spooky message!  

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  • Color Coordinate Your Homecoming Décor

    Color Coordinate Your Homecoming Décor

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    Fall is here, and it’s time for homecoming dances and other fall formals. Instead of relying on dependable white and basic black again this year, inject some color into the linens at your next school dance. The tablecloths, chair covers and sashes and other assorted linens at Tablecloths Factory come in a rainbow’s worth of colors – from chocolate to fuchsia.  Represent your school colors with your linens. Use your primary school color as a tablecloth, and accent it with the secondary color on a table skirt! No table skirts? Just add a table runner for a school-spirited look! Or add a splash of bold color to a white chair cover with a sash in your school colors – or color coordinate your napkins!  Even if your linens are more understated, you can still make good use of your school colors by alternating the colors of your tablecloths. No matter what your fall event’s color scheme is, you can find the perfect linens at Tablecloths Factory! We’ve been providing quality table linens for over 20 years, so we know how to create an elegant table for your homecoming or fall formal event.  Be sure to share your event photos afterwards for a chance to win our Photo Contest!

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  • The Pattern for Fall Weddings

    The Pattern for Fall Weddings

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    Do you have the pattern for a beautiful fall wedding?  We do here at Table Cloths Factory. What’s in for fall weddings in 2012 is patterned fabric – damask, animal prints and more! Make a bold statement with damasks in candy hues like eggplant, chocolate and fuchsia – or better yet, pair a sweetly colored flocked damask with a black or chocolate table runner and napkins to create a decadent mood at your tables. There’s also no way to go wrong with a basic black and white damask that puts the pattern at center stage during your event!  Pair it with solid white or black for an austere look or go bold with a vivacious splash of color. Animal prints are always racy – take your guests on a safari adventure with leopard, zebra and tiger striped patterns that create a truly unique experience and really shake things up.  Whether you go wild with animal patterns or just opt to use them sparingly, they’re bound to make a big impression on your guests! A lot of fall looks are about contrasting patterns with coordinated colors, so be bold! Pair your patterns with an embroidered table runner for further flights of fancy! And keep checking back with Table Cloths Factory for more chic event ideas!

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