Post # 1
I have been lurking for about a month now, and as the time ticks down to our wedding day, I felt the need to respond to your wonderful posts. But first, I’d figure I’d introduce myself before I release the flow of pent up responses and posts I’ve been mulling over.
Hi, I’m “Firenze,” and I’m 29. My fiancee, Katherine “KT” and I will be married on October 18, 2012 – which is pretty darn soon and my nerves are getting jittery.
Anyhow, as an ice breaker, I thought I’d ask your opinions! I have three chalkboards that I made for the wedding, but one will be used for the entrance way as a display while our usher politely restates the obvious – since there’s two brides and no groom, we’re not having the traditional “sides” for seating. I came up with three ways to say it. What do you prefer, Bees? By The Way, the middle one says “Enjoy the show” at the end. The flash got a little happy on me.
Great to finally be on board!
Post # 3
Welcome to the Hive! What a great first post.
I really like all of these, but the last one most! I think I might borrow this idea 😉
Post # 4
I like the one on the right, Pick a seat not a side. Very cute though!
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2012 - Franklin Plaza
Welcome!! These signs are super cute, but I think I like the wording on the third one.
Post # 7
Welcome! They are all adorable, but my favorite is the first one! 🙂
Post # 8
What about “today two families become one, so pick a seat not a side” I saw that on pinterest 😉
Post # 10
I like the last one, it’s such a nice message!
Post # 11
I like the last one as it makes it most clear that there’s no intention to be grouping one brides side vs the other. The first one kind of does as well, but even at a wedding with two brides I’d probably walk in and try to figure out which side the person I’m friends/family withsquests belong on.
Post # 12
I didn’t think of that. We’re having a lot of mutual friends, and there’s only 6 coming from her side of the family. The entire point of the usher and sign was to fill out both sides of seating equally so she would not feel…lonely? Disappointed? Very good points. Thank you.
Post # 13
I really like your take on #3. Thank you 🙂