With resources such as Pinterest now available at our fingertips, wedding planning has never been more….confusing. Gone are the days where you’d have to make a point of buying a bridal magazine. And even then you may only come across one or two ideas per issue. Now we can access literally thousands of table plan ideas at the click of a button and all for free.
But whilst new ideas and inspiration is more accessible than ever, this can sometimes just lead to more confusion. It’s not uncommon for us to hear that our couples have settled on an idea, only to change it further down the line because they’ve seen something that they like better. Or something that perhaps they feel is more in keeping with the look, style or feel of their day.
Pinterest is a wonderful resource, especially for those on a budget. The amount of “hacks”, low cost and DIY wedding projects is astounding. There are some truly creative and talented people in the world who’ve shared their skills for the greater good.
Table plan ideas from real weddings
Often however, you do find yourself wondering in what world some of these ideas exist. What real wedding really had that elaborate seating chart. And so often, the boldest of ideas aren’t in fact from real weddings. Many times they come from stylised shoots. Which is wonderful from a creativity and brainstorming perspective, but they don’t always help to keep the spend at a manageable level.
So we wanted to share with you several table plan ideas that we have gathered from real weddings that we have photographed. There’s a real mix of styles and a good mix of both budget and DIY seating charts as well as those with some professional input.
We hope you enjoy these wedding table plan ideas from real weddings and we’d love to hear which is your favourite!
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