Post # 17
ladies since we all share the same wedding date I need some major advise. We have been receiving our RSVP’s back so far 70% are in and only 1 declined. Which is great. Now we need to start planning seating arrangements and escort cards. Problem is we have 400 guest…yes I know…400. So I am having a difficult time figuring out ideas for the escort cards or how to display any seating arrangment….any ideas…
Post # 18
I have over 400 as well!
We are doing two large picture frames with seating arrangements listed inside (1-20, A-G) then having 6-8 ushers get people to where they need to be 🙂
The little cards are cute, but not feasible at all for that many people! We have names on top of each of the menus so that people know where to sit!
Post # 19
yeah I’m not alone. Do you have a picture of what your talking about…that sounds perfect…great idea
Post # 20
I’m starting to get a tad bit overwhelemed….ugh!
Post # 21
40 days left ladies!!!!
Boy the time goes by quickly. I’m planning to have around 250-300 people. Apparently, in Atlanta, many Vietnamese people don’t RSVP. So for those that do RSVP, I will be putting them in the best seats. For those that didn’t RSVP, they can walk around to choose their tables.
Post # 22
I’m starting to freak just a little…
Post # 23
ladies did you do the rsvp’s already? Where is everyone with that?
Post # 24
What do you mean?
- Waiting for RSVP’s (31 54 people coming so far)
- Dress fitting (Oct. 1)
- Final count/Seating
- Escort Cards
- Card Box (My Future Sister-In-Law and Brother-In-Law are making it! :))
- Figure out our ceremony (HAHA no planner or coordinator)
- Marriage License
- Pew Bows
- Candy to place at each place setting
- Finalize Menu
- Final payments
- Buy more simple “Disney” touches Didn’t have to buy I added what I already have! (Mr. & Mrs. pins, Bride and Groom ears, cake top and a few other things!)
YAY! And we even decided to make a throw bouquet which we did! 🙂