Sunday Pinspiration #7: Wedding Seating Plans

Happy Sunday! I hope you’ve had a lovely week and managed to soak up a little bit of sunshine earlier in the week. I managed to work outside in the garden for a few hours, trying to top up the tan from Italy!

This week’s pinspiration is all about the seating plan. I love seeing all the different ideas that people come up with for a DIY seating plan, so have really enjoyed browsing pinterest for hours to choose some favourites. Here’s the edited version of just 10 wedding seating plans for those of you that don’t want to lose a few hours in the depths of pinterest.


This simple floral inspired seating plan is easy to make and would be lovely to keep in your home or garden after the big day.

Vintage ladders are really popular at the moment and I love this simple seating plan decorated with a vase of wild flowers and string and brown card to display the names and tables.

As a gin lover, this is right up my street. Although it could be recreated with your favourite wines, whiskies or bottles of rum. I’d love to get to the table to try the different varieties…

This is a more interactive display for your seating plan, and a great way to dig out and share those embarrassing photos of your friends and family!

Sometimes simple is better and this chalkboard seating plan would fit with almost any theme.

Perfect for a vintage or travel inspired wedding, this retro suitcase is another cute idea for a seating plan.

I’ve seen LEGO wedding cake toppers, but this lego seating plan is too cool. I get the urge to sit and play with it! It takes a bit of the pain and stress out of writing your seating plan!

Another simple and easy idea if you don’t want anything too elaborate, this seating plan could be adapted with flowers or other decorations to fit any theme.

If you love your florals this could be the one for you. Wild flowers in simple bottles with hand printed labels.

Hook a duck to find your seat! This seating plan is so much fun, will be a big focal point and lots of fun for your guests to find their seat.

So there are my 10 favourite DIY seating plans on Pinterest. Will you be making your own seating plan? Do you have any ideas yet?

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