Post # 1
I know there have been posts on here before but I couldn’t find any feedback on whether or not it was a success?
I was reading somewhere that maybe you shouldn’t have them because people would forget their table by the time they walked into the reception room. Do you think this is true?
Would you still do it again if you could? I’m only having 120 people max (12 of us at the head table) so I don’t think it will be too big of an issue.
I’m also wondering if I should have two windows instead of one? I got a big window with 15 sections on it but I’m worried everyone will be crowding around it.
Post # 4
I’m not sure I understand what you mean–like write on a window-pane? Can you post a picture?
Post # 5
I, too, am confused. Post pics!
Post # 7
I think it looks nice (I think the one in which the writing is directly on the glass might be a bit hard to read for some people)!
I did a chalkboard seat assignment deal and didn’t see anyone running back and forth because they forgot. Besides, I think that my general instinct is to get the table assignment and reserve my seat FIRST, before I do much else (gives me a place to stash my purse and coat, too!). I’ve noticed that other people are similar. I don’t think I’ve EVER put an escort card into my bag or pocket or something and then taken it out later to find my seat.
Besides, unless the window pane is like, down 8 flights of stairs or otherwise far away from the reception room, it’s not a big deal for someone to have to check it again if they forget.
I wouldn’t worry about it!
Post # 8
Thanks bees. It is like one of the windows above and I’m going to write directly on the glass but put paper behind it so it is easier to read.