Molly and Melissa’s vintage-inspired wedding was hella full of eye-popping details including this simple but SO chic seating chart made of vintage frames and fake grass. Who knew combining these two items could be so damned adorable?
Pirate weddings! Fantasy weddings! Victorian weddings! Any period-specific wedding can benefit from this paper scroll seating chart we found at Josh and Lori’s epic fantasy wedding. In this case, all these needed was a tree to hang it on and it’s done. It’s so fanciful and looks pretty simple to make.
We launched a comprehensive and totally customizable document of wedding planning spreadsheets if you’re the type to get down with spreadsheets like I am. Now we’re sharing the wedding guest seating chart planner to help you herd cats to their seats like a pro.
Let’s get these guest tables organized!
Planning out your seating chart can be a doozy if you’re not sure how many guests can fit around the tables at your reception venue. We’ve got a rough guideline to help you plan how many guests to seat at your tables, depending on their size and shape. We’ve also included estimates for highboy tables, which are often found at cocktail receptions. Let’s talk shop on reception logistics and how many guests you can fit at your tables…
Ready to plan out your wedding seating chart? Before you start, don’t forget that you can always go sans assign seats and let guests choose their own. Yep, it’s a thing. But if you need to make sure that volatile family members are seated away from each other, want to help your introvert guests find a pal with whom to chat, or want your single friends to meet your other single friends for some hooking up, these wedding seating chart tips are for you.
Getting inspired by all the Halloween wedding details you’re seeing this Halloween week? Who can blame you with all the spoopy radness going on? To feed your creative juices, I’ve created a new free wedding printable that will allow you to customize your own Halloween wedding seating chart.