Wednesday, February 12, 2014


Seating Charts... this is a difficult task to go about doing. I decided early on that I wanted to make a seating chart just because I feel like it would be easier for me to know where everyone is. It gets tricky when actually writing it down and trying to fit people that know each other together. I know you are supposed to put the families together and up front, along with the bridal party. You are supposed to put the bridal party with their dates right? I've been to weddings where the bridal party are together and their dates are at separate tables.. I dont like that. Im also trying to find a cute way to create the seating lists like in the pictures below. Do any of yall have any tips on seating charts and arrangements?? I would love to hear some!! :)

Easy to find seating chart and cheaper than place cards! - Great idea - @ Wedding Day Pins : You're #1 Source for Wedding Pins!Wedding Day Pins : You're #1 Source for Wedding Pins!Instead of one large seating chart, individual frames for each table makes for a decorative display. For larger weddings, consider grouping tables in alphabetical order or by relationship to the couple to make it easy for guests to locate their spot.Photo-frame as wedding seating chart #Recipes1ยช parte: 12 ideas originales para indicar el Sitting (Seating plan)Awesome Seating Chart Idea via Nightingale Wedding Specialist Facebook pageThe pros and cons of the seating chart!!! Should you have one? (Image via Style Me Pretty)
Love Always, Nancy J


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