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Tips for Seating Guests at Your Wedding Reception

You will have an array of guests attending your wedding, from your littlest flower girl to your eldest grandparent. And, while they will all enjoy your delicious cuisine, festive entertainment, and gorgeous decorations, you will want to ensure that they are pleased with their seats.

Are you aware of how to go about seating your own wedding guests?

We understand how important it is to properly plan your wedding seating chart! That’s why, here at Sterling Weddings + Events, as Phoenix wedding planners, we have gathered some tips to assist you with planning yours. Be sure to read on to gain some great insight:

  • The Singles. You will most likely have a few single guests attending your wedding. However, avoid seating all of the singles at one table (awkward!). Instead, seat a couple single guests at each table, and play match-maker if the opportunity arises.

  • The Newlyweds. This is your big day. So, you should certainly be the center of attention! By sitting at your own sweetheart table, you can shine! In addition, guests will be able to locate you with ease. However, if you would rather sit with others, it would be best to do so with your bridal party.

  • The Little Ones. Will children be attending your wedding? If so, create a table just for them! This way, they will be around others their own age. In addition, present games, coloring books and crayons, and even glow sticks among it, as a way to ensure that they are thoroughly entertained.

Your guests will certainly be pleased if you plan your wedding seating chart to perfection! These are just a few tips to assist you with doing so.

Are you all set to plan your own big day, seating chart and all, with a wedding planner in Phoenix, Arizona? If so, please get in touch with us here at Sterling Weddings + Events, as we would be pleased to be a part of your celebration.

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