Looking for a trendy way to seat guests at your reception? We love these new table plan ideas to match some of 2014’s hottest wedding themes, courtesy of Hope You Can Make It…
Do you and your h2b love the festival scene? Perhaps you met at Glastonbury? If you’re dreaming of an outdoor celebration this summer, Festival is your must-have wedding theme. We love this poster-style table plan idea. You could even name your tables after festivals or your favourite bands.
You just can’t get away from Jay Gatsby this year – the 1920s theme is still hot for weddings, and Art Deco influences are seen in stationery, dresses, shoes and more. This table plan is no exception with its elegant black and gold design. Use it as inspiration for the rest of your glamorous wedding look.
Night at the movies
Vintage with a twist, we love this Night at the Movies table plan. Are you film buffs? Did you go to watch a movie on your first date? If so, why not take this idea as the starting point for your wedding theme? You could even give your guests popcorn favours!
This is a simple elegant design which dresses a room and (literally) ties in with your wedding colour. This is the perfect table plan if you’re planning a chic, elegant vintage theme, or even if you don’t really have a specific theme. It’s classic, romantic and won’t date in your pictures.
Cute and simple at the same time, the Love Tree design is a popular choice for old romantics. This table plan also works for a heart or Valentine’s theme because of the hearts in the tree and the scrolling, romantic font.
Brilliant brights are everywhere in 2014, so why not tie this bold scheme into a sweetie theme? With sweetie tables making an appearance at so many weddings ow and retro sweets used as favours, this sweetie table plan is a fun way of tying the whole look together.
Planning a Christmas 2014 wedding? This stunning white and silver table plan has the essential element of Christmas cheer, without being over the top. We love the cute little reindeer, too, the sparkly elements and the crystals draping from the top.
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