How To Fold A Napkin

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and TastyThe party continues! I’m so happy with how well this party came together, I hope you’re enjoying it too! We’ve talked about the Vanilla Rosemary Lemonade, Edible Gift In A Jar: Vegetarian Five Bean Soup Mix, How To Build The Perfect Cheese Board, Dinner Party Guest Invite: How To, Healthy Beet & Feta Salad, Fluffy Whole Wheat Parmesan Garlic Rolls AND the Simple & Modern Centerpiece Ideas. Now how about an elegant way to fold a napkin? There are so many different ways – but this one was one of my favorites. I love that it’s two napkins in one, I love that it holds the menu, and I love how easy it is to do. I know it doesn’t look that easy, but I’ve got step-by-step photos to walk you through it!

I used the IKEA VARDAGEN Napkin paired with another napkin I had on hand that happened to match perfectly. I I found that it was best to iron my napkins to help get rid of the strong creases from removing them straight out of the package. It is one extra step, but will be worth it in the end to keep your table looking sleek and crisp. I created my menus using Canva (you all know how much I LOVE canva!). I added a little bit of sparkle… because who doesn’t love a little extra sparkle? 

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

How To Fold A Napkin // If you want an elegant and EASY way to dress up your dinner table, here's a step-by-step how-to that will come in handy at your next dinner party! | Tried and Tasty

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2 comments about “How To Fold A Napkin

  1. Elizabeth

    Thanks for the guide 🙂 My grandma was folding napkins in a beautiful way, but unfortunately I didn’t learn it… Your way seems easy enough 🙂