Seating Charts – More than just Names and Numbers

Do you know the type of Seating Chart you want to use for your wedding? Contact me today to get started! If not, read on to see different ways that you can display names at your wedding!

Seating Charts are a great way to show off the personality of your wedding. It can be a fun, formal or functional way to show your guests clearly where they are sitting at your reception. Brides have used many different types of seating charts to display names of guests. Here are a few examples:

On a Mirror

There is nothing more stunning than a huge mirror that greets your guests when they enter! Imagine them walking into your formal country club reception and finding their names beautifully written on a 6ft mirror! They will know that their next steps will lead them into an affair to remember!

On a Window

Do you prefer something a little less fussy? Why not try your seating chart on a set of old windows? Your guests will think that you are so clever and paired with a little greenery, and mercury glass votives –  it will become an unforgettable detail.

On a Pallet

What could be more surprising than taking an old pallet and turning it into a beautiful seating chart for your wedding? Use twine and tiny clothespins to attach your table cards. Having your cards hand lettered by a calligraphy artist will elevate this simple display to make it truly stunning.


On Acrylic

Acrylic is an on trend medium to have your seating chart displayed. From crystal clear, or smokey quartz to painted backs and gold leafed signs – acrylic is so versatile and so, so chic!

Any one of these ideas and so many more are available to you through Shyla Kaye Design Co.! Contact me today and let’s start planning the details of your special day, today!



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