Seafaring DIY Place Settings


Seafaring DIY Place Settings

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Seafaring DIY Place Settings

Learn how to make these Seafaring DIY Place Settings for your wedding reception. These placemats are made from only a few materials yet they will make a huge difference to your reception's tables. They are a perfect addition to all wedding themes for summer. Not only are they an easy and simple wedding decoration for your table, but they are also affordable. These table place settings are a perfect and painless way to spruce up every table, and, what is more, you can reuse them for future parties and meals you have with your spouse.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


These Seafaring DIY Place Settings are the perfect addition to your nautical wedding theme. The rope charger adds a special touch to your tablescape and the striped napkins are perfectly on trend. Have you ever wondered why chargers are used and where they originated? Charger plates are larger plates used during full course dinners or to dress up special events, such as, you guessed it, parties and weddings. Chargers have been in use since the 19th century. Keep in mind food is not actually served on chargers and they are typically larger than most common dinner plates. Since you do not eat off of them, chargers come in a variety of materials, including wood, glass, plastic, and traditional china. Charger plate etiquette varies from situation to situation - some people remove the plate as soon as guests are seated. In other cases, if the design of the charger is meant to complement the enitre tablescape, as is the case with these nautical rope plates, the charger is left on the table throughout the course of the meal. Charger plates are always removed before serving dessert. If you want your table setting to truly reflect your unique wedding theme, you can't go wrong with these adorable nautical-inspired rope chargers.

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I'm not a huge fan of wedding themes, but this place setting utilizes the nautical theme in a classy and sophisticated way. Bravo!


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