Post # 1
im having a very casual wedding outdoors.(approx 65 guests) im not using ushers, would it be wierd/tacky to place cute name tags on each chair for the CEREMONY, so people know where to sit? or is this a no-no?
Post # 3
Most guests know that the first few rows are reserved for close family, and after that would be open seating. I don’t think you need placecards for the chairs at the ceremony.
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Are you thinking of assigned seats for everyone? If so, no- that would be tough to find your name in the middle of 65 chairs (and would take too long, esp if you have latecomers).
If you mean for family on the first row, that’s fine-put a ribbon or something to “save” the rows.
Post # 5
I would put a ribbon to reserve the first two or so rows for immediate family, but I would not reserve each seat for each guest.
Post # 6
I did name cards on the seats, and attached them to fans, but then again we only had 20 people.