Post # 1
OK, I narrowed it down to two options now, but I can’t decide!
I like option 1 because I think It would make the room look the nicest and we would have extra elbow room at the tables (small tables can seat 8 instead of 10).
However, the head table would either have to be divided into the two round tables in front of the dance floor or one of the long corner tables.
I like option 2 because it actually gives us a real head table in front of the dance floor and it would be obvious where the bride and groom and bridal party are seated.
Any thoughts, advise, suggestions??
Or do I just pick whichever because it really doesn’t matter where people are sitting, you aren’t in your seats long enough anyways?
Post # 3
I love the mixture of tables you have in both options, and have been staring at them trying to figure out which I like better for like 2 minutes. haha But, I think I like the breathing room option 1 gives at the round and square tables. Ooooo I don’t know! I like the round tables for head tables too because you guys will all be able to talk to each other a lot easier.
haha I don’t know if that helped whatsoever.
Post # 4
you just wrote the exact debate I am having in my head with myself!
Post # 5
i like the second one, because i like how you only have 2 long tables (in addition to the long head table), and the rest are smaller round tables. smaller tables make it easier for people to talk to each other and mingle.
Post # 6
I think the second works a little better in terms of layout, but I don’t like how the square tables have an uneven number of people on each side. Could you move those people to the long tables and have them seat 10 instead of 9?
Post # 7
The seating program doesn’t let me put the seats exactly where I want them, it just lets me put in the total number of seats at each table = /
However the square tables would seat 10 in option 2, it would be 3 and 3 directly across from eachother and then 2 and 2 across from eachother.
The long tables would seat 18 in total and have one person at each endcap.