Table Preparations

@ilocosboy (34311)
Philippines
June 16, 2017 4:44am CST
I'm always amaze how some people do table preparations during birthdays, weddings, baptism, reunions and other important occasions of our life. They make the dull table into one of a kind tables for guest. The clothe, chairsm plates, fork and spoons are organized beautifully. Just like this table that I went for birthday.
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@Shavkat (60069)
• Philippines
16 Jun 17
It is nice to know how they do it.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
They really have the skills.
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@Shavkat (60069)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
@ilocosboy I agree. Education is really important.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
@allknowing (63387)
• India
17 Jun 17
I have done this at my house too using the full dinner set. But now with little domestic help it is not possible.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
I thinks also the passion to do this, mostly are the catering services and the first class hotels and restaurants who usually making arrangement like this.
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@allknowing (63387)
• India
17 Jun 17
@ilocosboy There are many households do it too for formal meals such as on Christmas day.We even do a salad decoration
@allen0187 (33142)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
Don't they teach that in schools? It is quite impressive.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
I think it depends on the course you take in college, some courses that teaching table preparations are Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tourism and other related courses.
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@allen0187 (33142)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
@ilocosboy yes, that's what I meant. It is taught in courses just like the one you cited.
@ridingbet (49999)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
i think that table is for RSVP people. what was your attire when you attended the celebration?
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
hmm, let's just say I was invited by the invited person, he he.
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@ridingbet (49999)
• Philippines
18 Jun 17
@ilocosboy oh! well, that is usually a custom of Filipinos--the invited invites another. i hope the celebrator knows you too. it is hard if you are invited in a celebration and you do not know the person.
@mandala100 (39408)
• Hong Kong
16 Jun 17
There are rules in table preparations and I think their better at it through constant practice since its their job I think to be engaged in such a business.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
My child told me he wants to pursue hotel and restaurant management, well told him to go for it.
@mandala100 (39408)
• Hong Kong
19 Jun 17
@ilocosboy That will be a good choice to pursue.
@Nawsheen (23077)
• Mauritius
16 Jun 17
That's awesome. The arrangements are good. You usually feel happy when you enter such a place
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
I feel like I can eat more he he
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@Nawsheen (23077)
• Mauritius
17 Jun 17
@ilocosboy haha that's true. Was there waiters over there too?
@Sreekala (22720)
• India
16 Jun 17
Those works are done by experts in the field Hope you had a wonderful time there.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
And its amazing how they turn the boring table into an amazing one
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@Sreekala (22720)
• India
17 Jun 17
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• Philippines
16 Jun 17
I know right? There was a time when I had the chance to witness how one catering staff did the skirting of the table and I'm so amazed of how they could turn one ordinary table into a center piece.
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
That's exactly my point, its anazing they make things great even in table preparations.
@nomus24g (22205)
• India
16 Jun 17
that's part of catering n hospitality industry training....
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@ilocosboy (34311)
• Philippines
17 Jun 17
That's true, its just so awesome.
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@Tracy04 (10527)
• Malaysia
21 Jun 17
It became the culture in some countries