Post # 1
Im nine weeks away from the big day. Really am starting to get the last lot of stuff done but I need opinions on if this stuff is necessary.
Our ceremony is at a farm, with Maid/Matron of Honor and Best Woman only in the bridal party. Its a relaxed event with the reception at a hall. 65 ppl attending. Food will be finger food followed by spit roasts and salads then desserts.
Do i need the following:
Menus, programs, seating charts, boutonnieres/corsages?
Thanks bees x
Post # 3
Our wedding will have about the same number fo people, adn will be in a park with the reception there as well. I Plan on doing a large menu posted like this:
Just so people can know what they are eating, in case they have allergies, or don’t like something.
I’m skipping the programs and seating charts. It seems silly, everyone will be able to find a seat and our event won’t be long enough to need a program.
Post # 4
@samanthajkellie: I wouldn’t worry about any of those.
For 65 people, you could probably forget about the seating chart. It would be nice though if you assigned people to tables, and let them pick their own seats?
Post # 5
Luckygal i love the idea of the chalkboard!
Winerygirl, i think I like that idea about assigned tables, thats a better idea then seating charts.