The easiest way to seat everyone on your Guest List
Once your guest list is ready, it syncs with the Table Planner so assigning seats is a matter of drag and drop.
Add your guests to your banquet tables and get an overview of how your tables will look.
Choose the tables
Select the type of table, round or rectangular, for your seating chart to be as realistic as possible.
Seating chart view
View your seating plan as a list or a chart, whichever is easiest for you at any moment.
Make sure everyone is comfortable
Ensuring that every guest is at a table with family or friends can be challenging, but our Table Planner makes it easy
Add your guests
The Guest List will show who is attending your ceremony, reception, etc so you know who to add to the seating plan.
START ADDING GUESTS
Assign tables and seats
With your Guest List synced, all you must do is drag and drop guests into their assigned tables and choose which seat they'll occupy.
Share your seating plan
Print, email or export your seating plan as a list or chart to pass along to others.
SHARE YOUR SEATING PLAN
Let's get started and plan your big day
Every tool you need to plan your wedding with ease is right here
Get started and plan your big day
Assigning seats to your guests couldn't be easier with the Table Planner tool. Once you're done, share it with your guests!
Set the scene
Arrange your tables accordingly and visualise your seating plan so that seating guests is as easy as a simple drag and drop. You and your venue will know exactly what to expect when it's time for guests to take their seats.
Create your own seating plan
Choose tables that best resemble the ones your venue or catering will provide. Then, move the tables around until you're happy with the arrangement and add your guests.
Start spreading the news
Many of your suppliers will be more than happy to receive a copy of your seating plan, such as your decorator, venue, catering and possibly your photographer, so they know where your family will be seated.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your Wedding Seating Chart questions, answered.
How can I make a wedding seating chart?
Thanks to the free Hitched.ie Seating Chart tool, you can create a seating chart in a matter of minutes. Once you have added all of your guests, all you need to do is add tables to your seating chart and then drag and drop each guest into the tables and voila, you've assigned seats. When you add your tables you can choose round or rectangular tables and be sure to check with your venue to know how many guests fit at each table. Also remember to name your tables for future reference. This way you know at first glance who is sitting where. Feel free to move the tables around until you get the layout just right.
How should I assign wedding table numbers?
How you number your tables is entirely up to you. In fact, why limit yourself to numbers when you can assign personalised names to each table. Let your imagination run wild and have fun with your partner as you come up with original names for each table. Then, be sure to put corresponding table numbers or table names on each table so guests know where their table is.
Is a table plan necessary for a wedding?
While a table plan is not fundamental, it is certainly recommended for weddings. Including a table plan that you've put together with care and consideration ensures that your guests will be seated with at least one person they know and will have fun with. You may also want to sit anyone hard of hearing at a table near yours so that they can hear and enjoy the speeches. In summary, your Seating Chart will help you give your guests the best experience possible at your wedding.
Who sits at table 1 at a wedding?
Table 1, or the top table, is traditionally where the newlyweds sit, surrounded by their parents and then best man/men and/or chief bridesmaid/s. Not everyone has a cookie cutter family, we're all different, so feel free to adapt this to your family and preferences.