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5 Tips for Creating the Perfect Wedding Seating Chart

Planning a wedding is no small task. There’s so much to remember, like getting the right catering company and planning a perfect ceremony. But don’t forget the seating arrangements! Having your guests seated in the right places will make your wedding day go off without a hitch, which is why Best Wedding Backdrops & Signs have collected some tips for you here.

Tips for Making the Best Wedding Seating Chart

  1. Keep Friends Close

Having a head table with your wedding party and close friends is a great way to both acknowledge how important their involvement in your wedding ceremony is, as well as surround yourself with your closest friends. The second-closest table is often for your parents and closest family members.

  1. Choose the Right Table Shapes

It might not seem like it at first, but table shape can play a huge role in creating the perfect wedding seating chart. This is because the size and shape will determine the number of guests you’ll be able to seat at each table, and where. When it comes to table shapes, you’ll often have several options to choose from, including square, oval, rectangle, and round tables.

  1. Ask for Help

When it comes to seating arrangements, you might not know everyone who’s coming to your wedding, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. For example, when seating your parent’s friends or the extended family members who’ve been invited, it never hurts to ask which guests should be best seated where.

  1. Categorize Guests by Groups

Once you’ve settled on the list of those invited to the wedding, it’s time to start thinking about the best groups to seat them in. One of the easiest ways to do this is by seating work friends together, high school buddies in the same area, etc. This way you’ll be able to identify where particular groups of friends and family are when you’re making the rounds, and they’ll also already know who they’re sitting with.

  1. Consider Making a Separate Kids Table

If you or your partner have children that have invited friends, or many of your friends and relatives have kids, it’s often helpful to include a separate kids’ table in your wedding seating chart. We all know how short kids’ attention spans are nowadays, so having them seated next to their peers can give them something to do while the reception is going on.

Let Best Wedding help you create the very best wedding seating chart!

Are you still in need of ideas? The team from Best Wedding Backdrops & Signs can give you some insightful tips. Their team can also provide all the necessary decor, everything from wedding backdrops to photo booths.

Contact them online today or call (647) 242-7377.


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