A candle fan goblet napkin fan is a fancy way to stylishly roll up a fan napkin inside a drinking glass. This type of napkin folding is perfect for any occasion with many guests, such as a wedding or a birthday. It is also suitable for any occasion that you want to decorate the table nicely. This type of napkin folding will surely impress your guests since it’s different from other folds where napkins are usually placed around the plate. Read below to learn how to make this serviette folding in less than a minute!
Make an accordion fold for the base of the fan goblet napkin
Grab a napkin and lay it on a flat surface. Fold it crosswise n half before proceeding to the next step.
We need to make an accordion fold to make the fan napkin. To do so, fold the napkin along the dashed lines.
To make those folds, fold around an inch of the napkin to the back then to the front.
Keep folding the napkin to the front and then to the back until you reach the end. This will form a strip of napkin.
Form the napkin into a fan
Once you have made the strip, fold a small part at the bottom of the napkin to the back
Lift the topmost flap gently to the front.
When viewed from the side, it should look something like this. The napkin should resemble a fan because of the accordion fold made in the previous steps.
Insert the fan napkin inside a goblet
Get a goblet or wine glass to secure the fan fold made, g. Any wine glass would do. Do take note that the goblet you will use will affect how the fan napkin will appear.
For this folding instruction, we decided to use a champagne glass. A champagne glass is slender and shapes the tip napkin into a nice accordion fan shape.
Flare the napkin a bit to make it look nicer and the candle goblet napkin fold is done!
- Any circular rimmed glass would do, If you don't have any kind of goblet!
- You can secure the fan napkin fold with a napkin ring instead. Rather than placing the napkin in the corner inserted on a glass, place the napkin directly on the plate.
- Interested in making fan napkin folds? You might enjoy making this napkin fan that you can place on the plate. Check it out here!