We recently did an article on the 5 different types of custom table drapes. With so many options we decided to cut it down to our 3 most popular designs. Each has their own pros and cons but we wanted to put together a quick blog post to help you choose when the time comes. Custom table skirts can make a great impression at any tradeshow or special event. Read the following article to help choose which option is best for you and your event.
1) The Standard Table Drape:
The standard table drape simply hangs over the top and front of your display table. Above is a great example of a simple front-facing display that highlights your logo or message while also hiding any items that may be stored under your event table. This simple design typically has a lower cost than more detailed table drapes so it is often popular with startups or companies looking to launch their company at a tradeshow with minimum investment.
The Fitted Table Cover:
The fitted table cover is a popular option when you end up using the same size table for most of your events. The snug fit makes for a tailor-made look and will fully enclose any items hidden beneath your table. Make sure you have the exact dimensions of your table ready when you're ordering the fitted option as you'll want to be sure it's the right size. Standard table sizing is usually the best. With slightly more material comes a slightly higher cost but it can be worth it when attending shows regularly.
The Table Throw:
A table throw is a much more versatile table drape than the fitted option and can be used on a variety of table sizes. Similar to the fitted option you can choose to display messaging on the sides as well as the ends of table. If you're using different size tables at different events and want to maximize the signage area then this may be the option for you.
To learn more about custom tables drapes or to get a fully detailed custom quote please contact us today. One of our table drape specialists will walk you through each step of the process from design to shipping date.