only a week to go until your wedding and while all of the biggest tasks are
(hopefully!) done and dusted, there remains several smaller yet essential tasks
to complete over the forthcoming days. Chief among those is arranging the
seating chart for the reception, a process that unfortunately is bound to cause
a few headaches.
is a traditional seating arrangement for the top table, circumstances may
dictate that an alternative plan is more appropriate, or the couple might
prefer to have the top table to themselves. Also, the number and age profile of
your guests, as well as their relationship with the couple (e.g. immediate
family, extended family, childhood friends, work colleagues) will determine the
majority of the table plan. It’s when you’ve leftover guests or uneven numbers
that the process becomes tricky, as you’ve to try and find a place for them
where they won’t feel uncomfortable or insulted.
infographic by Commins & Co https://www.perfectring.ie/wedding-rings/wedding-rings-for-him/
from Ireland excellently advises on how to make the table planning task
as straightforward and accommodating as possible.