How to Plan a Wedding Dinner Party, Explained by Wedding Planners – PureWow

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The concept works well with fewer people—Hall and Vanco recommend a maximum of 50 guests. Now isn’t the time for a 300-person buffet reception. Remember: the dinner party is a personal experience. You want guests to feel like they’re coming to your home.

However, if necessary, it can be done with a larger party. This is where, Valley explains, you’ll need to lean into the thoughtful details.

“Creating smaller tables with less guests encourages more intimate conversations, and crafting a culinary experience rooted by a couple’s story all plays into a wedding dinner party experience,” she says. “Layering a place setting with artisanal plates, patterned napkins, and personal touches like hand-penned notes, photos, or a special recipe from the evening are all playful ways to lean into [dinner party].” 

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