- spoken by Miss Jet Setter herself, in regards to her seating chart.
Although I’m still waiting for about 40% of our RSVPs, I couldn’t help but get started on this:
Foam board + colored post-its = best. thing. ever.
I seriously am loving doing this seating chart. (I seriously am the only person I’ve ever encountered that didn’t find this task utterly excruciating). I took the floor plan that our venue coordinator gave us and drew it out on a foam core board. Then, using the colored post-its, I sorted our guests into the following categories:
I drew out all of the table numbers and circled in the number of guests allotted per table to better visualize the whole thing.
After that was done, I wrote out all of our guests’ names on their coordinating post-it and dropped them onto the tables, trying my best to seat everyone with people they are related to or know through work or mutual friends. I also used a different color to represent open seats I still need to fill or play around with.
Things to consider when seating:
What things did you have to consider before doing your seating chart? Am I seriously the only one who’s had fun doing this?