Creating a seating chart can be a daunting task. Arm yourself with the right tools, and you’ll have your seating plan done in no time. Here, some tips.

By Real Simple
Updated September 07, 2009
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Debra McClinton
  • Use color-coded Post-its (one for the bride’s family, one for the groom’s family, one for single friends) to be able to quickly group certain tables.
  • Print out your guest list onto labels so you can be sure you’re not missing anyone.
  • Don’t stress it―most guests won’t be in their seats for very long anyway.