YOUR SEATING CHART CHALLENGES RESOLVED
For wedding planning veterans, it is a well-known fact that organizing a wedding seating chart can be a challenge. It is typically finalized weeks leading up to the wedding as the final RSVPs come in and table assignments are shuffled around to accommodate confirmed guests. There are countless ways to create your seating arrangements, such as grouping guests that have similar friends, live in similar areas, or maintain similar ages. There is also the added pressure of how you decide who sits at table 1 and how immediate family members should be grouped.
We understand that creating your wedding table seating can be overwhelming, no matter how you decide to organize the dining arrangements at your reception. Once your game plan is finalized, Minted is here to help ensure your layout is clearly communicated in a design-forward way so every guest can find their seat with ease. With over 40 original seating chart designs to choose from, you are sure to find one that speaks to the theme of your wedding, whether it’s modern, beachy, classic, vintage, rustic, bohemian, or otherwise.
YOU HAVE OPTIONS: TWO ORGANIZATIONAL FORMATS
There are two traditional ways to alert guests of their seating arrangements. Each of Minted’s wedding seating chart poster designs can feature either organizational option. If you’re looking for the pros and cons of both, review our helpful guide to creating a seating chart.
- By Table Number: Your seating board can opt to be organized by table numbers, listing guest names alphabetically by last name under each table assignment. This allows guests to quickly see all the people sitting at each table and who may be near them.
- Alphabetical by Name: This option simply lists every wedding guest in alphabetical order. Next to each guest’s name you can list their table assignment. It is recommended that you list alphabetically by the last name.
LET’S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT MINTED’S SEATING SIGNS
Weddings are personal, and there is no reason why your wedding seating chart design can’t reflect your personal tastes and style. In addition to style, we allow you to order as many signs as you need to accommodate your guest list size. Depending on where you opt to display your signage, customize the size to be either 16” x 20” or 18” x 24” to best fit your space. Additional customization features include easily manipulating the color theme to correspond with your wedding look.
Complete your personalization using our online tools, allowing you to save time and money in lieu of hiring a graphic designer or calligrapher. When completing your order, select between two luxe paper stocks. Our Signature option is our classic cotton-texture offering Minted customers have grown to love over the years. Upgrade to our DoubleThick option if looking for a sturdy and durable material that can better withstand outdoor elements. Finish off the presentation by selecting either square edges or rounded edges.
VARIED DESIGNS FROM DIVERSE ARTISTS
Minted’s designs are created by artists from over 50 states and 100 countries. Because our artists have such different backgrounds and perspectives, our themes and looks are broad and range from rustic to tropical to floral, and everything in between. Our wide and continually refreshed assortment ensures you’ll have a one-of-a-kind look for your wedding, as each seating poster design is exclusive to Minted. Not only do the themes differ greatly, but so do the art mediums and techniques used to create them. Shop clever creations made from watercolor, graphic art, typography, and more. Find a sign that matches other wedding stationery you have ordered such as your wedding invitations or place cards. We also have a wide variety of wedding signs so you can broadcast cohesive information to your guests throughout your venue.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where Should I Display the Seating Chart? Make it as easy as possible for your guests to find your wedding seating chart poster. Consider the entry area to the dining area or the welcome table where gifts and the guestbook are located. High visibility areas are your best bet.
How Do I Select Who Sits Where? It is best to group immediate family and relatives together first, and those closest to the wedding couple. Then pair other tables based on hobbies, who they know, age, location, etc. For further guidance, you can read Minted’s helpful guide on creating a seating chart.
How Should I Display My Wedding Table Seating Chart? Using an easel is a classy and simple solution. You may also consider framing it or hanging it with ribbon. Talk with your wedding venue to see what’s possible given the layout of your space and what is available to you.