Brown is a versatile colour that can be used in many different ways to help you plan the perfect party. With just a little creativity, you’ll find that this colour can help you put together everything from your centrepieces to your place settings. Here are some creative ways to use brown napkins for your next gathering:
Use them as coasters
Do you have a party coming up, but you’re worried about spillage? The best thing to do is use a brown napkin as a coaster for your beverages. This way, if someone accidentally knocks over their cup or glass of wine, it’ll land on the brown paper and not on the carpet. It’s also easier than trying to clean up spilt liquid later on.
Use them under mugs or glasses full of ice cream or hot chocolate–whatever kind of hot drink suits your fancy. Brown napkins are great because they don’t get stained easily (and if they do stain, just throw them away). This way, everyone can enjoy themselves without worrying about ruining their clothes or getting burned by hot liquid spilling out onto their hands when they pick up their glass/mug/cup…or whatever else might be holding onto their favourite dessert item at that moment.
Use them for your buffet table
You can use brown napkins to cover up the dirty dishes on your buffet table. This way, guests will be able to see what’s available and won’t be distracted by the messiness of it all.
If you’re having trouble finding enough space for all of your party foods, try using brown napkins as placemats. It may sound silly at first glance but it will actually help keep things organized and easy for people to grab off the table when they want something from their plates.
Use them for gift wrapping
Brown napkins are a great way to wrap gifts and food. They add a rustic touch, but they can also be used in more modern settings. You can use them to wrap wine bottles, candy, or other small items like candles and soaps. If you have leftover brown napkins from your party (or if you’re planning on having one), consider using them as gift wrap.
Wrap them around the stems of your glasses
If you’re looking for a way to dress up your table, try wrapping brown napkins around the stems of your glasses. It’s a nice way to pull together an elegant look in one simple step. You can also use different colours of napkins to match your decor or theme.
Mark your place cards with brown napkins instead of plastic table numbers
If you’re hosting a large party, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of people who need seating. To help your guests find their seats without any confusion or delay, try using brown napkins instead of plastic table numbers.
You may also write each guest’s name on the napkin using a Sharpie marker (or if you’ve got time and patience, write out their names by hand). Place them in the centre of each plate, to the left side.
At large tables that have several rows with multiple columns of chairs, like those found in banquet halls and ballrooms. You’ll want to place all these personalised place cards at one end of your table rather than in between every chair seat like you normally would when there aren’t quite so many guests involved. This will make sure everyone sees where they’re supposed to sit right away without having to look around aimlessly first. Plus, it saves time since no one has extra steps required before getting settled down after arriving late duelling dragons outside during battle scenes elsewhere within the castle grounds.
Leave a few on the tables to use as doily under-serving pieces
Leaving a few on the tables to use as doily under-serving pieces is an easy way to add some colour and texture to your table. Or, if you’re having a messy party, use brown napkins to cover up messy spills and food. They can also be used as placemats for when guests are sitting down for dinner (or dessert).
Brown is a versatile colour that is great for parties. It can be used in many different ways and it doesn’t have to be just for dinner or lunch. If you’re planning a special event, try using brown napkins for decoration or even wrapping gifts with them instead of wrapping paper.