There are two parts of the wedding that needs to be considered where your guests are going to be sitting. The easiest part is at the ceremony the only decision is go traditional or not traditional, the hardest one is at the reception.
At the ceremony
This is the job role of the groom’s men; they need to help your guests to take them to their seats. Traditionally the bride’s guests sit on the left facing the alter and the groom’s guests sit to the right. Though you do not have to go tradition and give your grooms men a break on duties and you can let your guests sit where every they like to sit. So, it you can stick to tradition or mix it up.
At the reception
This part of the seating most couples say is the hardest part of the planning journey of the wedding. You have family members that may not be able to sit next each other, you have family members putting their 2 pence piece in the decision. So, this step in the planning can be normally put as the last thing to do as it is not a happy process.
With me I have a system that can help with placing your guests at tables, with this if
you would like me to help you with your seating plan all you will need to do is give me a list of your guests
and what venue you are having your wedding at, all you need to do is put your guests in groups of family and friends, and my job is to do the hard work and place them on my programme. Any changes with guests not coming or added guest I do all the changes. Contact me through the contact page and I can give you a quote