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Creating a seating arrangement list that is not only easy to navigate but also aesthetically pleasing can be difficult and overwhelming. To help ease this process, here are our top ten ideas.

1. Everything should be clearly labeled and legible 

2. Try to keep it alphabetical so people know how to navigate the list and don’t have to search the whole chart looking for their name



3. When your guest list isn’t too long, you can organize the chart by table number because guests wont have to search through as many names to find theirs



4. Have something guests can take with them (as a memento or to help them remember their table number)

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5. Hand written is a classy choice



6. Create an arrangement that follows your theme whether that be by color, style, etc.

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7. Make something fun for guests to open



8. Mapping out your venue can be helpful



9. Avoid a chart or system that is too busy or confusing. The last thing you want is for your guests to feel overwhelmed.

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10. Keep it fun and clever!




Images take from: divart.com, theweddingcommunityblog.com, tulleandchantilly.com, weddingomania.com, thepinkbride.com, weddingbee.com, and pinterest.com