Q: How many people can you seat at an 8' table?

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37 tables of 11 = 407 guests. Plus one little table of 8 = 407 + 8 = 415.

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You can sit 8 people at an 8 ft table. 4 on each side. Or if you use the ends you can seat 10.

8 to 10. You can seat 4 on each side of the table lengthwise and you might be able to seat one more at each end for 10 total.

An eight foot table can seat up to ten people but should be sat for eight if possible. Four on each side and if you have to, one on each end.

He with either have 38 tables with 4 people at each table, or 19 tables with 8 at each table.

Assuming each person needs about 24 inches of width, a table 30 X 72 inches can comfortably seat around 8-10 people.

It depends on the shape of the table. A square table about 6' on each side would easily seat 10, 5' would be possible but probably not comfortably. A round 8' diameter table would work. A banquet table 2.5 X 10 will seat 10 with 4 on each side and one on each end.

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For a wedding of 100 people, there should be at least 10 tables, assuming each table can seat 10 people. Usually, assume the each table can only be used around 7-8 people to avoid running out of seats.

37 tables of 11 = 407 guests. Plus one little table of 8 = 407 + 8 = 415.

It would fit 4 people comfortably. 1 at each side. You could fit 8, 2 per side, but you wouldn't have as much room.