Post # 1
We are doing place cards like "Mr. & Mrs. So and so" and the table number underneath. What do I do with people that bring a SO but are not married? And kids? Do the people that are serious and/or engaged get the same place card "Mr. So and So, Ms So and So (underneath) then the table nuber? Or do they each get their own? Do kids get their own or go on their parents place card?
Post # 3
And for the people that bring a date, but they are not serious? What about them?
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2009 - Bernardo Winery
I may not be understanding you question completely so I’m sorry if that is the case… I would make an individual place card for each guest and then for the "and guests" I would ask those ppl what their "and guest’s" name is. That is what couples have done for weddings I have gone to in the past where they used name cards
Post # 5
I’ve never heard of having a couple share a placecard–they’ll have their own place settings so they should have their own place cards. That should take care of your Mr. Mrs issue.
Post # 6
I guess I misworded it, They would be escort cards (to tell people what table they are sitting at), not the exact seat as we are not doing assigned seating other than by table. Sorry for the confusion.
What I meant is for married couples we will be doing "Mr & Mrs John Doe, Table 1" But for unmarried couples do they each get their own escort card or should they still go on the same one as "Mr. John Doe & Ms. Jane Doe, Table 1"
Do kids get their own or would it go on their parents such as "Mr & Mrs. Jane Doe & Kid, Table 1"?
Post # 7
I am assigning tables, but not seats, also. For families, we are putting "The Smith Family." For people with a guest, we are putting the "name and guest". I struggled with this one too.
Post # 8
I have an escort card for every single guest even my kiddie guests and their table;
none at the actual table, they can find their own way