Post # 1
I was browsing my enormous amount of wedding blogs and came across this wedding program where the couple included the guest’s escort card IN the program.
I was just thinking that this would definitely hope to solve some of my problems with not wanting to create an actual seating chart.
Post # 3
Wow this is awesome. And it’s beautiful.
Post # 4
THis is a great idea. I have been thinking about esort cards alot lately, we are having the ceremony and reception at the same location, (its set up kinda weird, guests have to walk past the reception area to go to the ceremony) and i wasnt sure where to set up the table for all that, but i REALLY like that idea of putting their seating in the program… But with this i gues we would have to have people there handing them out to the right guests, so they get the correct program with the correct seating… Well my nephews have a job now 😉 (they are 12, 12, and 9 and are going to be the ushers, they can do both right?)
Thank you for the AWESOME idea!! Very helpful!
Post # 5
That looks really cool but like a lot of work.
Also, that’s A LOT of information in that program. As a guest I probably would not take the time to read all that.
Post # 6
If the ceremony is in the same venue as the reception then I see how this would work but otherwise I dont think so. Also you would still need to create a chart to print these and then arrange them in alphabetical order so its just as much work
Post # 7
@YSQueen: But that’s supposing that everyone comes for the ceremony though.
Post # 8
I would be careful; I have been known to chuck programs without going through them in detail. Especially for shorter ceremonies.
Post # 9
@bRooklynRocks: That is very true. I guess that would let you know who just shows up for the reception.