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DIY Wedding: 30 ideas for making a table plan

DIY Wedding: 30 ideas for making a table plan


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Once the problem of the placement of the guests has been resolved, the question arises of the creation of the seating plan. A true decorative element, it calls on the most inventive ideas! The proof in pictures with our 30 ideas for a table plan to make found on Pinterest.

A table plan on a cork board


Happy Chantilly A cork panel surrounded by an old frame, cork stoppers whose sides you will paint in the color of your choice and on which you will write the name of your guests, a few hooks, you don't need to more to realize this country style table plan. * Source: Happy Chantilly *

A table plan on wooden boards


1326 Studios In a recycled spirit, we recommend this table plan made with simple and old wooden planks, string and a few clothespins. At your hammers! * Source: Wedding Wire *

A table plan in lavender pots


Milkbottle Photography If you like rural atmospheres, here is the table plan you need! Once your pretty lavender flower pots in the earth, all you have to do is plant large wooden Eskimo sticks on which the name of each guest will be written. * Source: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings *

A table plan with paper doilies


Sarah Murray Photography A beautiful idea for a romantic wedding decor while lightness: the table plan in paper doily. Take out your prettiest writing, write the names of the guests, fix everything on a wooden panel and admire! * Source: Wedding Chicks *

A mix and match table plan


This Modern Love An old palette, a multitude of vintage frames, some photos of the bride and groom, the printed table plan, this is a mix and match result as we like it and which is likely to please more than one guest! * Source: Love my dress *

A table plan on a large slate


LisasGraphicDesign To make this table plan, start by equipping yourself with a large piece of cardboard that you will paint with a blackboard paint. Write the names of the guests in chalk, add a few drawings and place them on a easel in plain view. * Source: Etsy *

A table plan on a blackboard


Ryder Evans Photography You can also retrieve an old school blackboard on which you will draw the organization of the tables in the room. Open your eyes wide and find your place on these large, friendly tables. * Source: Wedding Chicks *

A table plan with playing cards


Shari + Mike Photographers In a playful spirit, you can also imagine the table plan of your wedding with playing cards. To do this, paint a large thick sheet of black paint that you will frame. Glue a deck of cards and write the names of the guests above each one. Original! * Source: Ruffled *

A table plan with plans


I said yes We fell in love with these table plans as personal as they are aesthetic! To make them, you will need city maps or country maps, colored or neutral string and labels made from kraft paper. A little glue and thumbtacks to put everything together, and voila! * Source: I said yes *

A table plan on an old window


Michael Anthony Photography If you have bet on a wedding decor in a salvaged style, we present to you the table plan which will integrate perfectly. To make it, get an old window, bring a white felt pen to write the organization of the tables and add some flowers. * Source: Wedding Wire *

A table plan in a wooden crate


Marcus Ward To make this table plan with a natural look, you will need an old wooden crate on which you will write the name of the bride and groom and the date of the event, you will add some plants, and you will plant the guest lists beforehand printed on card stock. * Source: Wedding Ideas *

A table plan with frames


Ruffled To make this table plan, you just need to customize frames that you will fix on a wooden panel previously painted in white. * Source: Ruffled *

A table plan integrated into a window


Original Kelsea holder this table plan, right? To do this, print your table plans on the colored paper of your choice. Cut each cardboard to the size of a tile and glue it to the back of the window. That's the job! * Source: Ruffled *

A table plan with polaroids


Closer to Love Photography Begin the creation of this table plan by covering a large piece of cardboard with black paper. Cut the figures out of cardboard and bomb them in silver. Once glued on the support, you will only have to add photos of the guests so that they know where their place is. * Source: Offbeat Bride *

A table plan on a grid


Little Wedding Helper To make this table plan a bit retro, you will need a metal mesh, photos of the guests in the form of a polaroid, personalized clips with small hearts, a panel to indicate what it is returning, and the result is perfect once everything is fixed! * Source: Little Wedding Helper *

A table plan on burlap


The vow wedding boutique Nice table plan on which small strings have been installed on burlap. The most to hang the labels that indicate the name of the guests: add small white roses in fabric on the clothespins with a point of glue. * Source: The vow wedding boutique *

A seating plan like a family tree


Not on the high street If for you the family is the most important element of your marriage, you can very well imagine your table plan as a family tree. To your markers! * Source: Not on the high street *

A table plan with bottles


Aaron Delesie After buying small bottles of champagne, customize them with gold paper, pink satin ribbons and small labels with the names of the guests. The plus of this table plan: guests can leave with it! * Source: Bridal Guide *

A guinguette-style table plan


LM Weddings To make this table plan with a tavern look, start by making a small garland of paper pennants that you will hang in an old apple crate. Attach some strings on both sides and hang your table plans printed on pretty little boxes. * Source: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings *

A table plan with kraft paper


Style Me Pretty Here is the list of material useful for the making of this table plan: a wooden frame, string, kraft labels, clothespins and a pretty garland of flowers. * Source: Style Me Pretty *

A table plan with lanterns


Johanna Moor - Alison Harper and Company At the editorial office, we succumbed to this table plan made with a multitude of small illuminated lanterns. Once your name has been found, all you have to do is take it to your table to complete the decor. * Sources: Colin Cowie Weddings & Alison Harper and Company *

A table plan with wooden logs


Colin Cowie Weddings - Seattle Bride Ambiance nature with this table plan made with wooden logs! Make slots in each of the logs to put small boxes with the names of the guests on them. Add a little foam if you want, and that's it! * Sources: Colin Cowie Weddings & Seattle Bride *

A table plan with an old frame


Barrie Anne Photography Imagined like an abacus, this table plan with a resolutely retro look is a real favorite! Cut circles out of cardboard to indicate the number of the table, and fix then on kraft squares the guests who will be seated there. * Source: Onewed *

A table plan with small boxes


Kelly Brown Weddings With a thick black felt pen, customize your small white cards by creating a chevron pattern. Add the names of the guests and arrange them on a table alongside the wooden letters which represent the initials of the first names of the bride and groom. * Source: Kelly Brown Weddings *

A table plan in a suitcase


Sarah Vivienne - Boho Weddings An old suitcase mottled on a flea market pierced on either side to slip some string, some hanging labels, here is a table plan ideal for a decor in retro style. * Source: You & your Wedding & Boho Weddings *

A table plan on a mirror


CoastalCalligraphy To make this table plan, collect an old mirror and write your table plan in white felt. Easy, right? * Source: Etsy *

Small pockets


Modwedding Make small cardboard pockets that you will stick next to each other on a large wooden or cardboard support. Mark the names of the guests and drag the number from the table into it. * Source: Modwedding *

A table plan with wire caps


Ruth Eileen Photography Collect the muselet plates from your champagne bottles and shape them so that the result looks like a small wrought iron chair with a heart-shaped backrest. Then, write on the seat formed the name of your guests. Romantic at will! * Source: Style Me Pretty *

A seating plan with keys


Morgan Bayard Photography Full of romance and authenticity for this table plan made with old keys. Using a ribbon, hang each guest's name on the table and place them on a table or hang them on a table. * Source: Rustic Wedding Chic *