Often wedding & banquet coordinators need a round table that can seat more than 10 people. This can be achieved by using serpentine tables. The illustrations below will show you how to make a round table for 12, 14, or 16 people. All of the illustrations use 4 serpentine tables in a circle. You want to place a round table inside the "hollow" part of the circle. This will keep the linens from falling. When estimating space needed for these setups, don't forget you need to leave 36" extra for each table. This will cover the space the chair takes up on each side (18" each).