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Wedding Table Plan Cards

Wedding Table Plan Cards

A6 Rectangle Table Plan Cards
With names - £1.75 each
With names and Diamante Heart - £1.95 each
With design feature - £1.95 each

Square (15cm x 15cm) Table Plan Cards
With names - £2 each
With names and Diamante Heart - £2.20 each
With names and Ribbon - £2.25 each
With design feature - £2.20
With design feature and Ribbon - £2.35

Wedding Table Plan Cards are available on a thick (270gsm) white or ivory hammered card. 
Choose you font style and colour to match a theme and mount them on your own board.
In our experience there are always last minute changes so its much easier to amend
a single card rather than a complete seating plan

If you wish to order wedding table plan cards please contact us first. 
We will forward you the format we need the guest information, in order for us to process your order.

Wedding Table Plan or Seating Plan

A wedding seating plan or table plan will almost certainly help things run more smoothly at your wedding reception.

Guests are saved from the mad panic of trying to find a seat on a table with their friends/family, and you can place people where they'll be happiest!  Making sure everyone is seated next to like minded people will ensure your reception has a good atmosphere and guests are happy chatting at their tables rather than making a dash for the exit it as soon as the reception is over.

The wedding meal may last for 2-3 hours and is a significant part of the day. If your guests are sitting with people they get along with,
it will make a big difference to their enjoyment of the day.

In the UK, the Bride and Groom would traditionally sit in the middle of the wedding top table flanked by the Bride's parents,
then the Groom's parents and finally by the Best Man and Chief Bridesmaid.

Don't feel you need to stick with tradition though as some layouts can be particularly useful when parents have split up and are possibly with a new partner. In many cases it is helpful to abandon the restrictions which tend to come with top table plans. Sitting with friends, rather than family might be a solution? After all, it's your wedding.