Guide guests to their seats using numbered plates. Print the
numbers in a simple font and cut out to create templates. Make
patterned paper by photocopying a floral fabric. Place the
templates on the paper and trace around them with pencil. Cut out
the numbers and flue to plates. Prop a plate in the centre of each
table using a plate stand.
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Fabric (photocopied), £21 per metre, Liberty. Plates, £30
for three, Idyllic Days. Place stand, £2.50, John Lewis
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