Seating plan tags

DIY seating plan tags for a rustic theme – etsy.com

Choosing a ‘natural’ colour palette for your wedding seating plan doesn’t have to be plain and boring! From rustic hessian to vibrant autumnal colours, we take a look at how you can create a natural look with style.

Seating plans and escort cards

An easy DIY project, these stylish luggage tag seating plans could be hung inside a shabby chic vintage suitcase, or from a rustic hessian covered backboard. For more ideas involving luggage tag seating plans have a look at our article about suitcase and trunk seating plans.

Using a ‘carved heart’ theme and flowing calligraphy, this rustic brown seating plan can be personalised with the bride and groom’s name, guest list and table names.

Carved heart table plan

Carved heart A2 table plan – etsy.com

A natural palette complements an exceptionally wide variety of themes for your seating plan. Here are a number of suggestions:

Table names and numbers

Doily table numbers

Brown kraft and doily wedding table numbers – etsy.com

These lovely table numbers are printed using a lace ‘doily’ pattern, and are simple, stylish and would work very well with any natural colour scheme.

Alternatively, table names or numbers could be printed on a range of natural materials, from wood slices to hessian.

Table décor

Using the natural colours as a starting point, table decorations such as pine cones, wooden mats and hessian napkin rings would create a charming rustic finish to your table décor.

For a more modern, clean cut look, team your natural colours with bright white table linens, silver cutlery and sparkling cut glass decorations.

For a rich, vibrant autumnal look, tie deep orange sashes on your chairs, use dark brown table cloths with contrasting red, yellow and orange napkins and decorations.

Other ideas

We have collected together a wide range of suggestions for your wedding seating plan using a natural selection of colours – take a look at the Pinterest board for this article to discover so much more inspiration!

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A little bit about Adam, founder of TopTablePlanner...

Adam has been working in the wedding industry since 2006. After discovering that arranging the seating is one of the hardest parts of planning a wedding, he launched TopTablePlanner in 2007. See his Google+ profile.