It's one of those seemingly silly things that we have to talk about at final meetings... napkin folds! Quite often, couples don't know the difference between what we offer - triangle, rectangle, pocket or the tri-fold. We figured it would be helpful to put together a visual guide of what the different folds really look like!
This is a basic fold that's simply just that - a rectangle. It lays flat on the table and offers a clean presentation. Sometimes, couples will put something on top (like a bit of greenery shown in the second picture) to add a little pop of something extra.
The tri-fold napkins is where the napkin is folded three times (hence the tri-fold) so it's long and when placed over the table it hangs off. This is a popular option when chargers are being used, and can really look elegant. This is also a fold where you are able to set menus, greenery or favors on top of.
Triangle fold can most commonly be associated with banquets and is more of a standing fold which can create height on the table.
Pocket fold is perfect if you have a menu or some sort of insert you'd like to incorporate in your wedding. Couples have also used the pocket to place flowers or greenery in for a simple, yet classy touch. Pockets can be made in many different sizes to fit what will be going in.