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Originally Posted by cantstopsmiling View Post

 

My FI and I have done a lot of travelling together, so we've decided to name our tables after places we have been instead of using numbers. We will have a photo of us on each table taken in that country. Then we will have a vintage style world map for our seating plan with a list of the names of people sitting in each country. Hope that helps. :)

 

Originally Posted by Jackie79 View Post

 

Do you have a picture of what your map looked like

after you added all the names ?

 

Originally Posted by cantstopsmiling View Post

 

My wedding is in 16 days so I'll post pics of the table plan etc after the big day!

 

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This is the best photo I could find of the map/table plan, We had 5 tables for our wedding and we chose our 5 favourite cities/countries that were spread out across the map - San Francisco, New York(oor, Italy (where we got married), Beijing and Sydney.

450 These were on the tables.

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I decided to use the table #'s as a way to incorporate my fiance into the wedding. he's from NYC, so I asked him to find me 6-7 images of iconic NYC places. I'll print them out in black & white, add a label of some sort, and we'll use those as the table names.

 

I'll have a tag for each person/couple that will have their table assignment on it, as well as their entree selection.

 

I'm not sure NYC really ties into our "beach wedding" theme, but I decided it was more important to incorporate him into our day in this way, vs. worrying about whether or not it fit just perfectly!

 

so still in the planning stages, but this is the idea we're going with.

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Thank you for posting the picture of your seating plan! This is the idea that we are also playing with - using the world map as the seating plan. Did you buy a map or just print it of the internet?

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Originally Posted by cantstopsmiling View Post

 

My FI and I have done a lot of travelling together, so we've decided to name our tables after places we have been instead of using numbers. We will have a photo of us on each table taken in that country. Then we will have a vintage style world map for our seating plan with a list of the names of people sitting in each country. Hope that helps. :)

Great Idea !! 

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