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    10/09/2020

    9 More Stylish Napkin Folding Ideas To Impress Your Guests

    We’re back with 9 More Stylish Napkin Folding Ideas to impress your guests! If you liked our first 9 napkin fold tutorials and are ready for more, look no further. We teamed up with Borrowed Blu and Krista Mason to bring you the freshest tablescapes and most innovative napkin folds. Check out some of our most fun napkin folding techniques to date. They are all sure to elevate your dining table just in time for Fall entertaining.

     

    Angled Single Pocket

    This simple and clean fold works well with a classic setting or a more modern one. We chose a simple white linen napkin with a high contrast black stitch border. The border is highlighted on the top and bottom of the folded napkin. This would work well with both printed and solid napkin styles.

     

    Furoshiki Bundle

    This is our take on a classic Japanese gift wrapping technique called Furoshiki. The elegant wrapping envelops a gift you might leave for your dining guests, or favors at a wedding. This technique allows you to keep your tablescape design aesthetic consistent and harmonious while concealing gift packaging which may otherwise clash with your overall look. Both printed and solid color napkins will work well with this style. Make sure your napkin is large enough to completely conceal the gift. This looks best with smaller bundles.

     

    French Fold

    This 3-step fold is one of our most stylish napkin folding ideas and is both simple and elegant and works in a huge range of styles from classic to modern. Patterned and solid linens will work well with this fold. Rest a menu or place card over this napkin fold or let it sit on the plate solo. It looks gorgeous in any setting!

     

    Candy Roll

    Let’s have a little fun, shall we! This style is playful and lighthearted and could work at a child’s birthday party, yet can look perfect for an elevated dinner party when paired with the right pieces. A couple of folds and then roll, roll, roll your way to a polished tablescape look. Printed, textured, solid, all napkin styles will work well with this folding technique.