|Posted by David Jasniewski on July 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM|
Wedding Seating Planning
Posted on July 27, 2013
As if planning a wedding wasn’t tricky enough, one of the hardest parts of the planning is the seating arrangements. You want those closest to you to be near your head table and then fill in with friends, co-workers, & acquaintances. Makes sense right?
Think about this for a moment. You love your grandparents and your parents. And they love you. They are ecstatic to be a part of your celebration. Do them a solid and put them as far away from the dancefloor as possible. Why?
The dancefloor is a lively place to be. Full of music, and in some cases bright lights. If you remember from your childhood your parents or grandparents yelling up to you, “TURN THAT DOWN”, then being next to the DJ or his speakers is probably not the best place for grandparents. If you put them towards the rear of the room, they’ll be able to mingle with guests and chat with each other a lot easier if they are further away from the music.
“Can’t I just tell the DJ to turn it down?”
Sure you can. And they should oblige that request. But by the same token, a speaker is just that, a speaker. And it has to be loud enough to reach the far ends of the room. Not uncomfortable but, audible.
So when you’re starting to plan your seating arrangement, remember this little tip and keep guests young and old happy.