Once you’ve managed to whittle down your guest list, sent out invites, received your RSVPs and come up with a final seating plan – you can move on to more fun projects…like the table plan!!
A really great way to continue your theme and inject some fun into your decor – we’ve rounded up our 5 favourite table plan ideas for your wedding in goa day.
Do share your table plan ideas in the comments box below the post – we’re always on the look out for different and unusual ideas.
These window frames make a gorgeous display. Try searching local scrap yards, eBay, Freecycle even keep your eyes open for a skip…you never now what you might find while foraging…
Then, just a simple glass paint pen is all you need to make it look pretty. If you’re not a fan of your own handwriting, ask a friend who has a neater script than you to help out.
Blackboards at weddings aren’t going anywhere…and we’re happy about that because we LOVE them! You can essentially create your own blackboard using any frame you like and some blackboard paint.
You can see this table plan in action at the gorgeous tipi wedding of Emily & Brandon. Again, if you’re worried about handwriting, ask a friend to help you out.
A great choice for making something personal – name your tables after places that are special to you as a couple, and mark them on the map using pins.
This idea is really versatile as there are lots of different style of map (!?) out there – you can go down the vintage route, use a sailing map for a beach wedding, how about a map of the London tube system? A map of the world by oceans? A map of your home county? A map of the solar system?? See – the possibilities are endless.
This gorgeous example comes from the chic barn wedding of Jodie & Dan.
This is one of my personal favourites – an old door, painted yellow with simple card print-outs glued to it.
This can be easily personalised to match your colour scheme and stationery, like at this relaxed pub wedding mc in goa.
This one is pretty epic to be honest. The dresser itself is beautiful and has been covered in over 100 laser cut named and numbered chairs with the request ‘please take your seat.’
A lot of trouble yes, but so worth the effort!! You can see it in more detail here on Rock My Wedding and I promise you won’t regret looking at the whole delicious wedding!!