By now, you’ve probably heard that creating your seating chart is a less important part of wedding planning, to put it mildly, wars rarely have a strategy.But decide on the layout of your table and think about who sits where — it’s more complicated than you think.
Creating an unique seating chart is about knowing how many people will attend your wedding and thinking realistically about what kind of display you can achieve between the RSVP date and the actual wedding date.
If the seating chart meets your wedding requirements, that’s fine.But sometimes, a single, seamless chart better serves a couple’s needs.There are two common ways to organize a wedding seating chart: alphabetically or by table. Alphabetically is going to be easier for your guests. However, going by table is easier for you and you’ll have more options for creating cute displays. Either way, you will want to make sure the reception tables are clearly marked with table number cards.Whatever you choose,the following details can add an amazing sense of style to your wedding decor.
Old or new multi-pane Windows are a beautiful way to display your wedding seating chart.Buy some markers and have the person with the perfect handwriting write down the guests’ names in the right order.You can use each pane to display a portion of the alphabet or to display each table.
- Photo Frames
The photo frames can display your seating chart in a number of ways.You can use several individual frames to match or mismatch styles, or you can find a multi-frame to hold all your guests’ names and corresponding table Numbers.
Think of using clothespins to display your wedding seating chart!With this method, you are sure to come up with something fun and easy.Simply tying a rope somewhere in your reception area is enough, or creating with a unique background.You can use large cards with the table number and name printed on them, or separate escort cards to guide guests to the appropriate seats.
4. Wood Panels
Wood is an important design element in today’s weddings because it’s easy to find and easy to decorate your wedding with.We love the incredibly simple idea of pinning your seating chart to a wooden background.Old barn wood is perfect, or an old wooden door might be the kind of unique seating chart you’ve been looking for.
Whether your wedding coasters are made of wood or paper, you can write the guest’s name and their table number on the back of each one, just as you would on an escort card.Guests can take coasters home as wedding favors.All they have to do is turn the coaster upside down while using it.