A table runner is an beautiful way to dress up your reception tables, whether you’re choosing a long farmhouse dining table or traditional round banquet tables. When you’re looking for a particular color to go with your decor, it can be a challenge finding just what you’re looking for. When Lindsay wrote us looking for a gold table runner, we swooped in to help. She writes,
“Hi Emmaline Bride, I need help finding a gold table runner that looks good for my reception tables. Ideally I’d like the same runners used at every table and then maybe something with gold and emerald at the head table (our colors). Do you have any tips on where to find table runners? My theme is modern and I do love sequins. Thanks!”
First of all, love those colors — a bold green like emerald paired with gold is a stunning combination! We did some digging for you and came up with a runner in four different styles we think you’ll love. Here’s what we found.
Gold Table Runner
Let’s start with my favorite: sparkly sequins.
Gold Table Runner 1: Rectangular with Sequins
This sequin mesh gold table runner measures the standard 12″x72″ size. The best part about this runner is how inexpensive they are. Each is UNDER $9 each and comes with free shipping. It’s so sparkly! Great reviews, too. By TRLYC. Buy here.
Gold Table Runner 2: Satin
Silky, sumptuous satin: a beautiful accent for any wedding. This is shown in gold and it looks very elegant. Great customer reviews, too, from real couples. A bride used a gold table runner and mentioned how it really made her reception stand out! By MDS. Buy here.
Gold Table Runner 3: Gauze
For a unique texture, consider a light gold table runner in a gauze-inspired look. The trend is popular right now and works great for any theme, modern included, as you mentioned. As shown in the photo, they tied a small bow with gold ribbon to the ends for a cohesive look. By Boxan. Buy here.
Gold Table Runner 4: Patterned
There you have it: four different styles including sequin, satin, gauze, and patterned. Which one is your favorite?
We hope we helped you out, Lindsay! If not, write back and we’ll do some more digging. And brides, write us with your questions in our Ask Emmaline inbox!