Post # 1
Hello Everyone! I just need a little direction…we are not having a seating chart at our wedding. The hard part is how we will let our guests know. We don’t know if we should have a sign saying something or just have nothing at all. I would love to hear what everyone thinks 😉
Post # 3
I’ve been to open seating weddings and we were able to figure it out. If people don’t see a seating chart I’m sure they know to just go sit anywhere.
Post # 4
My brother didn’t have a seating chart and they didn’t have any signs. I think people just figure it out. I already knew that they weren’t going to have one so I told my friends to save me a seat at their table, so maybe you could use word of mouth.
Post # 5
We didn’t have a seating chart and people divided themselves pretty much how I thought, only better! We had tables of 8 and 4 as well as a two extra tables of 4 for our 65 guests. It was so nice to not have the stress of ‘assigning’ seating. 🙂
Post # 6
I’ve been to an open seating wedding, and all the bride and groom had were place cards to identify what food choice we had… There wasn’t a sign or anything about the seating and everyone seemed to do just fine.
Post # 7
This sounds great! We were really hoping we could avoid having to do anything with the seating. From the sounds of it looks like we can get away with it!
Post # 8
Honestly the only regret I have about our whole wedding was having a seating chart! If I had to do it all over again I would just put “reserved” on a couple of tables at the front for family and called it good. People will figure it out! 🙂 Good luck!!
Post # 9
Great idea! I will put a few reserved around for my family.