We've found some truly marvellous ideas for your reception seating chart - so get inspired here!
We love this idea...
Blend together photos of family and friends that are no longer with you alongside your seating chart to host your nearest and dearest in one place. As seen at Crystal and Nick's wedding.
Image: Lauren Fair Photography
Another photo idea: ask guests to 'find their faces' to locate their seats!
Transform an old easel...
With luggage tags and string! As seen at Julia and Matthieu's wedding
Photography: Marion Huerteboust
Or alternatively, use an easel to display a beautiful print-out.
As seen at Hayley and Paul's wedding
Photography: Anna Morgan
Bottles! Whether you attach labels around the neck or on the body, this is a stylish way to present your seating chart.
Plus: cheap as chips.
Also - how much fun is this shots idea?
Use a rustic stepladder to display your table details...
As seen at Lauren and Raj's wedding
Photography: Tobiah & Laura Tayo
As seen at Laura and Rich's wedding
Photography: Sam and Louise
How cute is this corks idea?
You're going to need to drink a lot of wine.
Rustic wedding? Bring the outdoors in with this cute log idea...
Science buffs? You need to give this idea some consideration...
As seen at Kim and Ross's wedding
Image: Hayley Savage Photography
For a boho feel, partner lush foliage with rustic parcel tags.
As seen at: Bianca and Sam's wedding
Image: Samantha Ward Photography
This key idea is super-romantic.
Scour charity shops or eBay for cheap sets of keys that can be easily personalised with name tags.
Lollipop sticks in flower pots = adorable.
As seen at Nicki and Rob's wedding
Photography: Julia & You
Same goes for kebab skewers...
Fill your reception with flowers by opting for a flower-trimmed table plan. Fragrant!
As seen at Jo and Chris's wedding
Photographer: Julia and You
A wheel or a hula hoop makes for a striking seating chart display.
This lantern idea would be perfect for a dark, cosy winter wedding.
Arm a crafty friend with a permanent pen and a wooden board for a rustic table plan that you (and your guests) will adore.
As seen at Blakeley and Curtis's wedding
Photography: Natalie Franke