DIY Wedding: Napkin Fold – Simple Ribbon

Spring has sprung and as we mention in our last post – so have the pastels! So in this “Simple Ribbon” Napkin Fold we will be featuring our pastel yellow (Maize) napkin as well as our silver charger plate. The maize napkin goes wonderfully with our Charcoal linen. Put it all together and it creates the perfect look for a casual spring event!

This napkin fold is probably the easiest one we’ve done yet! All you need is one of our 20×20 polyester napkins, a charger plate, and a few flowers or other accent piece if you’d like.

Photo Apr 21, 11 45 15 AMStep One: Lay the napkin out flat and fold in half (into a rectangle)

Photo-Apr-21,-11-45-03-AM Step Two: Fold in half again


Step Three: Fold in half one more time so you have a long, narrow rectangle


Step Four: Take the right side and fold it down (just under half way up the napkin) so the edge is perpendicular with the rest of the napkin


Step Five: Fold the left side down to meet the right making an arrow shape

Photo-Apr-21,-11-44-20-AMStep Six: Fold the Left side at the corner to cross over the right side


And there you have it!

Photo-Apr-21,-11-43-56-AMPlace the napkin on a charger plate:

Photo Apr 21, 11 43 36 AMAnd add some flowers (or other decor) for a finishing touch!

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 Now you have a quick, simple fold that creates a beautiful addition to any table setting.

Photo Apr 21, 11 42 55 AMMake sure to check out our other napkin folding tutorials as well as our new website for all of our rental products!



DIY Wedding: Napkin Fold – Buckle Bow

It’s been a while since we’ve done a napkin fold so I figured we do one with a little more bling to ring in the new year – the Buckle Bow.

For this fold you’ll need one of our 20×20 solid polyester or polyester satin napkins (I used solid polyester), and as the name suggests – a buckle such as our Diamond Buckle.


Step one: To start, lay the napkin flat out on the table with the buckle off to the side and fold the top third down.


Step two: Fold the bottom third up to meet the top edge


Step three: Take the right side and fold it just past a quarter of the way over


Step four: Take the left side and fold it just past a quarter of the way over (the two edges should now overlap just a little bit).


Step five: Accordion fold or gather up/scrunch the napkin in the middle



Step six: With the side that was facing up now facing the middle bar of the buckle, thread the napkin through one side of the buckle so it’s just over halfway down the napkin


Step seven: Fold the napkin down and thread it through the other side of the buckle.


Step eight: This part takes a little fussing around with the fabric to make sure the buckle is on the middle of the napkin and that the edges lay just how you want them to.


Once you’ve got it just right, place it on the charger and you’re ready to go!

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Photo Jan 09, 12 14 12 PMTo add even more bling, we also added a buckle to the sash on this chair.

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Photo Jan 09, 12 13 23 PMAnd there you have it! An elegant setting for whatever events the new year will bring!


DIY Weddings: Napkin Fold – Place Card Holder

This week in DIY Weddings we’re going to show you a classy and useful napkin fold, the place card holder.

As usual, you will need one of our 20×20 solid polyester napkins, and if you choose to use it as a holder, a name card.

Step one: lay the napkin out on the table and fold the top third down.

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Step two: fold the bottom third up

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Step three: fold the left side down at an angle (so that the top edge lines up with the middle of the napkin)

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Step four: do the same on the right side – fold down at an angle so the top edge meets up with the middle

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Step five: take the left bottom edge (the “extra” part) and roll up

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Step six: do the same to the right side

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Step seven: flip the napkin over

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Step eight: fold the left side up at an angle (so the base edge lines up with the middle)

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Step nine: do the same to the right side (fold at an angle so that the bottom edge lines up with the middle)

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Step ten: finish it off – put it at the setting as is or add a name card, menu, or other item for display

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DIY Wedding: Napkin Folding – Pyramid Fold

With our DIY Wedding Series, we’ll be going through different ways to fold our napkins. This week’s step-by-step guide is how to do  one of the more common and simple folds, the pyramid fold.

Step One: Start with one of our 20×20 Solid Polyester Napkins on the table – this will be folded down the middle.


Step Two: Fold the Bottom Corner up to the middle


Step Three: Fold the top corner down to meet the other corner at the middle


Step Four: Flip the napkin over and keep the open end away from you


Step Five: Fold in half pulling the top corner (open end) down to bottom corner (closed end)


Step Six: Fold in half again (one corner to the other)


Step Seven: Finished shape – just stand up and add to place setting!


Finished Look: There you have it, a simple and classy look to finish off your table setting!

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