Setting Your Floor Plan

Setting Your Floor Plan

It may seem silly but the flow of your reception space is so important. You want to ensure there’s room to dance, room to for people to pull out their chairs, and room to walk in between all of it! We’re sharing a few tips for setting your floor plan today so that you won’t have to worry about your venue feeling crowded or empty. has an awesome feature that allows you to plan out your floor plan and then add a seating plan if you want!

There are many options you can choose from when planning your floor layout but the big decision is what type and size tables will you be using? We’ve lined out some options to help make your choice easier!

Round Tables

  • Seat 8-10 people
  • Encourages conversation
  • Allows guests to move around easilyb056853c342ecb53e065048942313cdb

Rectangular Tables

  • Resembles family style dinner
  • Works better for large number of guests
  • Can be connected to allow more people to sit together
  • Good for Buffet receptions5d7f5b2799aaa815fb25609a42894805.jpg

Mix of Both

  • Creates a unique layout
  • Could be a best of both worldsd91f98745f3d46ecae2e6e8802c30e81


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