Post # 1
Since our wedding is book themed I’m having a large open book at the sign in table with a "Table of Contents" indicating what table number guests are sitting at. Their names will look like the chapters of a book, and the corresponging "Page" across from their names are the table numbers.
I want to make a sign to put next to the book so people aren’t confused. Something to the extent of "Please find you seats in our "Table of Contents" below" Or is that too obvious? I don’t like how it sounds. Anyone have suggestions?
Post # 3
I actually think people will ‘get it’ And if they don’t…at least one person should and they can lead the way.
Post # 4
How many people will you have at your wedding? Just make sure that there wont be too many people trying to look at one "book" all at the same time. But I agree that it will probably just happen — just make sure you tell a few people (bridesmaids, family members) to direct anyone who is asking toward the books. Either that or just make a sign that says "Seating" with an arrow pointing down to the books.
Post # 5
There are only about 80 people, and many of them are couples, so I’m not too worried about them crowding around the book. Thanks! I think I will just put a sign that says "seating"!
Post # 6
<p class=”MsoNormal”>I think that because Table of Contents if a cute little pun that most people will get it and chuckle their way to their table. Without putting an extra sign, you could just put “Table of Contents” in quotations marks, to suggest that it’s a bit more. I don’t think you’ll have anything to worry about.
Post # 7
I actually just came up with something funny (at least it’s funny to me) what if you titled it "Contents of the Tables" … since your guests will technically be the contents of each of the tables?
Sorry if that doesn’t make sense, I’m laughing at myself here.
Post # 8
"Help celebrate the next chapter of our lives,
by finding your chapter (table) in the Table of Contents."
Post # 9
or you could put just "table" in quotation marks to highlight that word: "Table" of Contents