Wedding Reception Seating Chart
Weddings are SO much fun but they also involve so many details. As a bride, you want to do everything you can to keep your guests feeling relaxed and comfortable. One great way to do that is to have a Wedding Reception Seating Chart so your friends and family know where they’re supposed to sit.
The most challenging part of this project is waiting for the paint to dry!
Materials: Pallet Sign, DecoArt Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Innocence, Arrow Vinyl from Decorating Your Life, Clothespins from Canvas Corp, Lace Ribbon from Designer’s Excellence, white cardstock, Gold Number Stickers from American Crafts Thickers and a paintbrush and a stapler. Use a paper punch or the Die Cut Center at Ben Franklin to make the table tags. All materials from Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.
Step 1: Paint the pallet sign and wire handle with Chalky Finsh paint. It will take 3-5 coats
Step 2: After paint to completely dry, add the gold vinyl arrows (follow package instructions).
Step 3: Add lace ribbon and secure on either side of sign with staples.
Step 4: Use a paper punch or the Die Cut Center at Ben Franklin to make the table tags.
Step 5: Add names with word processing function on computer or hand write. Add gold number stickers.
Step 6: Secure table tags to lace with clothespins.
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What a beautiful seating chart. I love the pink with burlap, lace and touches of gold. Pinning it for my girls for someday :)