Rectangular or Round?
The first is less formal, the second more so. Whichever you choose, here’s how to make the most of each.
|Family-Style Feast||An Elegant Affair|
Left: Flowers by Tom Borgese Floral Design, 267-307-3251; Catering by Lisa Adams, lisaadamsinnyc.com; Vintage glassware by The End of History, 548 1/2 Hudson St., nr. Perry St.; 212-647-7598; Cake by Darren Dunstan of Poof Pastry, 646-522-4400; poofpastrynyc.com; Rentals and showroom courtesy of Broadway Party Rentals, 137 Grand St., nr. Crosby St., sixth fl.; broadwaypartyrentals.com.
Right: Flowers, candles, and crystals by Saipua, 147 Van Dyke St., nr. Van Brunt St., Red Hook; 718-624-2929; saipua.com; Catering by Feast & Fêtes by Daniel, 20 E. 76th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-737-2224; feastandfetes.com; Venue courtesy of Daniel (Bellecour Room), 60 E. 65th St., nr. Park Ave.; 212-288-0033; danielnyc.com; Rentals courtesy of Party Rental Ltd., 261 Fifth Ave., nr. 29th St., Ste. 1601; 201-727-4700; partyrentalltd.com; Ribbons courtesy of M&J Trimming, 1008 Sixth Ave., nr. 38th St.; 212-204-9595; mjtrim.com.
From the Winter 2013 New York Wedding Guide