One of the most significant pressures of planning a wedding is creating a successful seating chart. The seating chart plays a significant role in all grand-scale weddings. Interactions rely heavily on where guests sit. The mood the sitting/dining area portrays can also influence the emotional response of guests. Seating charts should also fit the style and demands of your other wedding plans. It’s hard to brainstorm ideas since wedding planning requires ample time, energy, and resources. Couples may feel pressured when working on their wedding plans. This stress increases the difficulty of allowing creativity to guide those involved in wedding planning. When creative blocks challenge individuals, it’s beneficial to research ideas to start envisioning possible outcomes. If you are struggling to develop a wedding seating chart, here are some unique ideas you can consider.Continue reading Unique Wedding Chart Seating Ideas to Consider When Planning Your Special Day
It is common courtesy to RSVP, whether you will be attending a wedding or not. There is a purpose to it, as it helps the couple make their wedding plans accordingly. However, a last-minute cancellation not only results in money being wasted and seating arrangements threw off but is plain inconsiderate.
As a guest, if you are not sure that you will attend the wedding, it is polite to inform the couple of this. Mention that you will confirm at a later date, and make sure you do. It isn’t right to expect them to accommodate you at the last minute when they have already planned the final details of the wedding. On the same note, it isn’t right to tell them that you will be attending and then just throwing their plans off.
Unfortunately, not all guests are great at sticking to what they say in their RSVPs. So, how do you—the couple—handle this situation? Here is some help.