Post # 1
So I am trying to do my reception seating chart and I’m trying to find a website that allows you to designe your own seating plan that doesnt cost to use. Everything that I find you seem to have to order. There must be something out there! Any ladies know of any sites like this????? Thanks!
Post # 3
you can download the free trial for http://www.perfecttableplan.com/ the trial is perfect for weddings with 200 or less guest… this is the program i use and is great…. i had never pay for the whole program because the free trial is enough
Post # 4
I tried a free program on weddingwire.com that was ok. It was really time consuming so I got frustrated and just ended up doing an excel spreadsheet which I liked 10x more!
Post # 5
I think I may have misread! Are you trying to design the seating chart to display at the wedding or are you just trying to figure out where you want to seat everyone right now?
Post # 6
Bella: I liked the weddingwire one, but it is time consuming.
I think I’m seriously going to use index cards and move them around a bunch. I’m a really visual person, so I think it is going to be me, Fiance, index cards and the living room floor when it comes down to it.
Post # 7
@whitesonnet- yeah, I liked it, but I’m not very patient 🙂
This is what I did…. just to give you an idea! It was really easy and I liked being able to see it right in front of me. Also, it was super easy to move everyone around. All I had to do was cut and paste!
Post # 8
Thanks for this post – I’ve been thinking about this too. I’m going to try out that free trial and see how it goes.
Post # 9
Good ideas, ladies! I am “favoriting” this to return to when I get to my chart.
If you have more than 200 guests, does that mean you can’t use the free trial?
Post # 10
This isn’t online, but the knot came out with this window cling type product. It’s this big laminated sheet and it comes with table clings and seat clings. You can arrange the tables and the chairs and use dry erase markers to fill in seats. I got it at Joanne’s for $5.
I’m actually setting it up, hanging it on the wall, and doing seat arrangements as RSVPs come in.