This is how you set tables

Some of us start to get confused when we have more than one course meal to serve. Well you can have a hint of how to set your table for one course, two course and three course meal (appetiser, main dish and dessert).

In addition to the number of courses, one has to also consider if it’s a basic, casual or formal table setting.

The basic table setting is great for daytime brunches, regular dinner parties, or for fancy dinners at home.

The casual table setting is probably the most widely used. It is a great fit for casual weddings, dinner parties, or any occasion that needs a just bit of dressing up without being too formal.

The formal table setting is popular for weddings, holiday meals, or any occasion when more than three courses will be served.

Adhere to the simple guidelines and table setting will be easy peasy!



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