Post # 1
We can work it out perfectly for the younger people (30-) to be on one side of the room and all the “older” people (parent’s friends) to be on the other side of the room. Should we do it this way or mix younger and older together? (Tables are already set as young or older – not mixed). Just thinking about tables on the floorplan.
Post # 3
I think it depends on your group of people. I did not have a seating arrangement, but the “louder” group sat amongst themselves. That mix consisted of young and old.
Post # 4
We havge the same set up as you…only we are having family on one side and friends on the other. We only have 2 tables of younger cousins though, so we might send them to the other side of the room….
Post # 5
We put the younger people closer to the DJ’s speakers and the older people away from them so it wouldn’t be too loud.
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
I think you only have to be concerned about keeping the older guests away from speakers, like kjgirl05 said.
Post # 8
Yup, we had the young people near the dance floor, DJ, and bar. Older folks further back.
Post # 9
Put all the young people on one side near the band or DJ so that the olds dont complain that the music is too loud.
Post # 10
I agree with what everyone else is saying about proximity to DJ/speaker, dance floor, and bar.