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Sign help - how to let guests know to choose own seats

Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:14 pm

We are having a pretty informal reception. We will have enough tables to seat everybody, but also picnic blankets and hay bales covered with sheets. We aren't allocating seats to people. What wording can use on our blackboard to let guests know to choose their own seating?
 
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Re: Sign help - how to let guests know to choose own seats

Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:27 pm

"Sit wherever you like!"
 
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Re: Sign help - how to let guests know to choose own seats

Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:03 pm

I'm not sure but for the ceremony I'm having the words:

"As we're joining two families together, we ask that you pick a seat not a side"

Cos FH doesnt have many people from his side attending the wedding so dont want it traditional where Friend of the Groom/Bride sit on the groom's/bride's side.
 
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Re: Sign help - how to let guests know to choose own seats

Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:36 am

Depends on the feel you want, some things I have come across previously:

"As we're joining two families together, we ask that you pick a seat not a side"

"Friends of the Bride, Friends of the Groom, Please pick a seat, There's plenty of room"

"Now that we're together forever, we want you to sit wherever"

Or you could say "sit wherever you like"
 
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Re: Sign help - how to let guests know to choose own seats

Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:43 am

Teska wrote:
Depends on the feel you want, some things I have come across previously:

"As we're joining two families together, we ask that you pick a seat not a side"

"Friends of the Bride, Friends of the Groom, Please pick a seat, There's plenty of room"

"Now that we're together forever, we want you to sit wherever"

Or you could say "sit wherever you like"


I like this "Now that we're together forever, we want you to sit wherever" :tick: :tick:
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