Deciding a way to impress guests as they walk in for ceremony or reception? Create impressive wedding seating charts. When creating and organizing any seating chart, there are some pointers to keep in mind: always alphabetize, select a legible font that’s big enough for guests to read and make the effort to find out the names of everyone’s plus-ones. These seating chart ideas are creative and add beautiful touch to your wedding decor.
Wedding seating charts is all about creativity and thinking outside the box and one area of wedding which is completely DIY. From rustic display to vintage photo frames we have gathered 10 inspiring wedding charts for you. Also, tips to arrange your seating plan.
DIY Wedding Seating Charts
This simple yet interesting idea consists of wooden pallets, vintage photo frames and book covers. Each table corresponds to a Mills and Boon novel. Pic Courtesy
Tip: You might want to put people next to people they know, or you might want to split them up a bit so they meet new people. Try to put each person next to at least one person they already know.
Bold colors, perfect use of craft paper and simple colorful ribbons matched with a hanging display of the chart is romantic. This does exactly what it says on the tin. Seating for eating, love it! Pic Courtesy
Tip: . It might not be a good idea to put your ‘alternative lifestyle’ friend with the piercing and tattoos next to your 80-year-old grandmother.
This elegant wedding seating chart says welcome to guests in style, although the display is simple but it conveys the message perfectly fine. Pic Courtesy
Tip: Try to put families together and work colleagues together. But if you know people don’t get on, try seating them separately. It is worth breaking with tradition to have a stress free event.
Perfect idea for the rockabilly wedding theme, this fun seating chart idea is courtesy of a Confetti photo shoot styled by Clare Molloy. A little creativity can add a lot of personality to your wedding day. Pic Courtesy
Tip: Avoid mixing age groups too much. Young children should be seated with their parents. Older children can be seated with their parents or at a table together.
One of the simplest yet most impressive wedding seating charts, you can choose display template online and type the names in yourself, make sure you use the right base to make the whole look impressive. Pic Courtesy
Tip: Try to create balanced tables, with even numbers of males and females. It is traditional to alternate male-female-male-female guests in some cultures.
A vintage touch to the ceremony wedding seating charts, this key seating chart is a beautiful addition to vintage themed wedding. Pic Courtesy
Tip: Resist the temptation to have a ‘leftovers’ table of all the people who didn’t fit on other tables. It is probably better to distribute such guests evenly.
Wedding Seating Charts for Indoor and Outdoor Ceremony
A simple framed seating chart for white outdoor ceremony, gold frame add a touch of glamour to your all white decor. Easiest way is to highlight the table numbers. Pic Courtesy
We have already listed door as option for alternative altar, give a twist to farm wedding with this seating chart displayed on the glass and you can display the photographs of the couple together for a romantic touch. Pic Courtesy
I love the way couple has chosen the tree as a symbol and seating chart display. Pic Courtesy
Use of vintage photo frames of different shapes and sizes make this seating chart interesting and visually appealing. You can differentiate the family and friends table easily in this display. Pic Courtesy
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