Frequently Asked Questions
Bundaleer provide either round or rectangular tables for your reception. Most often the head table is made up of 1 – 2 rectangular tables that are joined together and made to look like 1 banquet-style table. Your guest tables then follow suit in either round or rectangle table layouts. The Bundaleer rectangle head tables can seat a maximum of 5 persons per 1 table.The rectangle tables seat up to 6 – 8 people comfortably, this is 3 – 4 persons either side. Any less than 6 persons sitting at a rectangle table can begin to look a bit sparse. The round tables seat 8 – 10 people comfortably and can begin to look a bit empty seating less than 6 people. When ordering your rectangle head table and guest table styling please consider the number of tables required rather than the number of long rows. Please refer to the diagrams below to see how the room layouts can be broken down into individual tables so you’ll know how many tables to order styling for.
- Take advantage of our flower-moving service and reuse your flowers throughout the wedding. This service applies to select floral designs only. Pay once, show off your flowers twice; at the ceremony and again at the reception.
- Your reception can be watered down in candlelight. Alternate between fresh arrangements and a candle light tablescape on your reception tables. This allows for you to still include some beautiful, large scale, feature, floral designs throughout your reception and you can save on the tables displaying candle light. Hint: an odd number of both varieties works the best. For example – if you have 8 round guest tables choose to have 5 set with floral arrangements and 3 set with candles only. Note: we recommend flowers for the head table.
- In most cases, your ceremony will be photographed a lot. The iconic first moment your partner lays eyes on you as you walk toward them. The moment you arrive at the altar and meet each other’s gaze. The vows. The first kiss. Allow for your budget to include floral designs in this area, especially to frame the two of you; flowers serve to enhance the experience. The pre-dinner drinks portion of the event is usually photographed the least – you could do without flowers here, rather investing into your ceremony floral design.
- Bridal table
- Guest tables
- Cake table
- Gift table
- DJ table (black linen)
- Silverware : dinner knife & fork & desert spoon per person
- Linen look napkin per person (white)
- Salt & Pepper Shakers per table (white)