Statue of Liberty Table NameWith most of my friends and family now settled down and married, it’s not often that I get the chance to go to a wedding these days.

In Summer though, we had the pleasure of heading down to Arundel in West Sussex for the wedding of my sister, Chloe, and her partner Adam. Both the ceremony and reception were held at the lovely Hilton Avisford Park Hotel. The day caught the last of the warm weather and was an idyllic event, with drinks on the lawn and children playing happily, The little bridesmaids were particularly cute (oh, ok, one was my own daughter).

Naturally, Chloe and Adam used TopTablePlanner to plan their reception seating and a few weeks before the big day, we had a chat on the phone about possible themes for table names.

New York, New York

Inspired by our recent post on landmark themed seating plans, Chloe and Adam chose a New York theme for their seating plan. New York holds a special place in their heart after a romantic holiday they spent there. Their tables were named after famous New York locations – Times Square, Broadway, Empire State Building, Central Park and Statue of Liberty – and the seating plan itself featured a stunning backdrop of the iconic New York City skyline. The plan was printed and displayed on a wooden easel provided by the venue.

Both the seating plan and table name cards were designed by graphic designer brother, George, who also produced some amazing invitations. It all fitted beautifully into their black and white theme. The photographs were taken by Horsham-based photographer Louise Moule who has very kindly allowed us to publish them here.

Central Park Table Name

New York Themed Seating Plan

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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.