Dear brides and grooms,
First and foremost, you should know that everyone wants to be invited to your wedding!
However, the number of your guest list will determine many other details. Keep in consideration, the more guests, the more everything will cost. Making sure your list includes everyone important without contradicting your budget, can be a balancing act.
It is paramount that you focus on your closest loved ones and immediate family members.
We believe that it is helpful to start by figuring out who your VIPs are before expanding your guest list to include other people.
Think about who absolutely must be there (parents, siblings, close friends, grandparents, etc.) and go from there.
In addition you should consider accessibility to the wedding location.
On average, 30 percent of those invited will be unable to attend.
This will depend greatly on the date, location and how many guests would be required to travel. If your guest list is too long, consider removing those that are highly unlikely to travel.
Finally, you and your partner should decide how you are going to handle plus ones, kids and coworkers.
After that, we alert the graphic designer and your wedding invitations are ready to go.
Be strict and decisive!
Now that the hard part is gone, let’s move to the fun part.Your seating chart!
Since you carefully curated where and with who everyone is seating, you can make it known to your wedding guests with a visual seating chart. Don’t worry, your graphic designer and us ,will make that happen!
Wedding seating charts are an incredibly important part of a wedding reception. Seating charts act as crowd control since they give great information to the guests, so you don’t have to worry about everyone knowing where to go and where they are supposed to sit.
You want all guests to enjoy themselves and be as in the know as possible as they move throughout your wedding celebration.Wedding seating charts are an integral element in order to achieve that.
A well-designed seating chart, such as a special construction, can also be an important piece of wedding décor, making a special statement that complements your color palette and overall theme.