Saturday night, after a Skinny Girl Marg run with Momma Sheila (our beverage of choice) my BFF & Second in Command, D, came over and helped with some projects and the seating chart. I saw this idea on Pinterest awhile ago and felt like it was the way to go since it looks like the easiest way to make a wedding seating plan; but I still needed a little direction (and D is a teacher, so directions is something she is especially good at). 😉
And this is what I ended up with:
The colors don’t mean anything in mine, apparently I do not have it as together as the fake bride in the photo-shoot above, but I digress.
Here are the steps:
- Start off with a few select people, debate with your mom for over 20 minutes where they should sit.
- Have your friend interject and point out how it would make much more sense to write all the names out on each individual post-it so you can see everyone. Points for being visual D!
- Separate the post-its into groups: my cousins, our friends, his family, my family, family friends etc.
- Then take those groups and magically make them fit at the tables.