(Closed) Seating Chart / Arrangement

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2011

I can definitely follow the order of your tables so that’s cool

And I think the dance floor would definitely work splitting the tables… Where is your head table set up going?

And maybe with the dimensions of the room and such it’s be easier to get an idea =)

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I would do 1-6 on one side and 7-12 on the other. I agree, it can be confusing. But if I see a 4, I want to know that 5 or 6 are near by, not on the other side of the room.

So I would do:

(Front)

3 2 1  (DANCE FLOOR) 7 8 9

6 5 4  (DANCE FLOOR) 10 11 12

(Back)

Hopefully I matched the layout to what you are thinking!

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper

I think it would be a little confusing to split it odd and even.  I would do 1-6 on one side and 7-12 on the other.

 

Post # 6
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Busy Beekeeper

I just re-read your post – there’s no way you could be having 12 tables for 250 guests??

I would start at one end of the room (top right corner being table number 1) and then just number them in order:

1  4  7

2  5  8

3  6  9, etc….

or you could snake it around too (but I like the other version above, better):

1   6   7

2   5   8

3   4   9….

 

The point is that when someone see’s a number that’s close to theirs, they know they are close to their table. 

Post # 7
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Helper bee

We have 20 tables in addition to the Kings Table for the bridal party.  The dance floor is in the middle, so we are just numbering 1-10 on the left side of the dance floor and 11-20 on the right side.  I think guests can figure it out!

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(Closed) Seating Chart / Arrangement

posted 8 years ago in Beehive