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Hostess Guide: How to Set Your Table for Every Occasion
Learn how to set a basic, informal, and formal table for every occasion. The difference between each level corresponds to the number of courses being served, and the formality of the event. Ever wondered why there are so many spoons, forks, and glasses set out at a restaurant or banquet dinner? Now you will find out the purpose of each and every piece of cutlery and glass. Once you know the basics, you will realize that there is a method to the madness of table-setting, and that each piece is set out in the order it should be used, to minimize the potential for knocking over glasses or bumping hands with your neighbor.

Hostess Guide: How to Set Your Table for Every Occasion
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Hostess Guide: How to Set Your Table for Every Occasion #infographic

Hostess Guide: How to Set Your Table for Every Occasion
Learn how to set a basic, informal, and formal table for every occasion. The difference between each level corresponds to the number of courses being served, and the formality of the event. Ever wondered why there are so many spoons, forks, and glasses set out at a restaurant or banquet dinner? Now you will find out the purpose of each and every piece of cutlery and glass. Once you know the basics, you will realize that there is a method to the madness of table-setting, and that each piece is set out in the order it should be used, to minimize the potential for knocking over glasses or bumping hands with your neighbor.

Hostess Guide: How to Set Your Table for Every Occasion
Infographic by: partselect.com

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