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082 079 078 076 075 074 073 069 A Royal Solid chair sash looks festive tied in a bow on a white wood chair. Our white wood gazebo can draw attention to a special seating area or a dessert or beverage table. It also can be used as a backdrop for wedding vows or as an archway. Mix Red & White Check, Royal Solid and Red Solid linens with crisp white chairs and dishes for a party look. Spring shades don't have to be pastels. Here we used a Raspberry Solid tablecloth with an Aqua Solid runner. Here's a bright table to get you thinking about spring events. A table runner, here in luscious Watermelon Satin, makes a soft tie for a cocktail table. Here we layered chair sashes on runners on top of a floor-length linen. This week we decorated showroom tables in Plum Satin with shades of wheat, khaki and gold. Don?t be afraid to mix several linen colors. For a subtle twist on the standard chair bow, wrap the sash around the chair back vertically and horizantally. For a striking couple's table, pair Black Pintuck with crisp white dishes, chairs and a runner. Try alternating black on white on black for visual interest. Here that's done with Black Pintuck napkins, white Regina dishware and a floor-length Black Pintuck linen. Highlights of lime brighten the dramatic black and white palette. Banquet tables don't allow a lot of room for centerpieces, so opt for several small bouquets rather than one giant. These are tables we designed with blues and greens for a wedding show. For the showroom, we decorated a table with rose- and clover-colored linens. We layered several shades of the same color for visual interest. For the showroom, we decorated a table with rose- and clover-colored linens. Flower-patterned glass plates and flatware continue the theme. This is an easy chair sash trick. Just twist two sashes twice in the center, then wrap around the back of a wooden garden chair and knot in the back. For more ideas, see our Chair Ties gallery. Our check linens lend themselves to summer parties, especially the Fourth of July. Combine them with Royal or Periwinkle Solid for the perfect patriotic table. Petite bouillon cups can stand in as bud vases. This week we switched to a 60-inch square table. We used an ivory floor-length linen with orange pintuck on top. We tied natural wood chairs with orange pintuck sashes. This week we switched to a 60-inch square table. We used an ivory floor-length linen with orange pintuck on top. We tied natural wood chairs with orange pintuck sashes. This week we used glass plates, available in two styles - flower and leaf, and linens in Clover Solid and Raspberry Solid. We set up a bar to match the burgundy and white dining table. We covered the bar with a burgundy table skirt. At Pacific Party Canopies, we have skirts in 14 colors. This week we went for summer colors with Aqua, Lime and Royal Solids. The white wood chairs and white Regina dishes add to the fresh look. We put White Solid, Sapphire Crush and Aqua Solid linens on a cocktail table and tied them with a Lime Crush sash. High-contrast pinks and greens make for a splashy table. Here we used Lime Crush, Watermelon Crush, Fuschia Solid and Light Pink Pintuck. Bright colors are in this year. Here we combined Orange Solid and Goldenrod Solid linens with Watermelon Crush sashes. Silk-flower clips from Michael's provide the finishing touch. For a twist on classic red and white wedding decor, try mixing Red Pintuck with Red Solid linens.