Seating Arrangement Screen

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The stage at which seating arrangements are planned is a problematic one. It is always accompanied by sensitivity on the part of the couple and its guests. Every wedding party has participants who prefer to sit with some others and would be unhappy to be placed with certain other guests. It is preferable to be aware of these sensitivities and to avoid unpleasant moments in what one would wish to be a happy occasion.

It’s essential not to forget to place each guest at an appropriate table. If “Uncle Jack” arrives at the wedding and has to sit alone because he has been forgotten in the planning stage, it’s very unpleasant. On the other hand, if you have placed him at two different tables, that is an expensive mistake.

Perhaps the younger guests should be placed nearer to the dance floor and the older guests farther away (so that they don’t complain about the noise). In addition, the couple’s parents may interfere and ask to change the seating arrangements at the last moment. (You don’t want to quarrel with them, do you?) In short, this is a serious headache. (If you haven’t been through it you won’t understand.)

It’s unbelievable that people are still attempting to work this out with pen and paper. (Actually, lots of papers, whiteout and tissues to dry one’s tears.) Easy Wedding makes it all much simpler. Two screens, Table screen and Seating arrangement screen solve the above mentioned problems and bring you to the cutting edge of technological solutions!

In the beginning stage, all of the invitees are listed in the in the “unplaced invitees column”. Once you have decided on the number of tables necessary for each category, (for example; if you have 20 high school friends and each table seats 10 guests, you arrange for 2 tables for this category), you must drag the name of the “unplaced invitee” (with the mouse) into the desired table.
Advantages:
  • One immediately sees where each guest is sitting.
  • One sees how many places are available at each table.
  • If too many guests are placed at a table, a ”warning” is sounded. (If each table is supposed to seat 10 people and you have placed 15 there, you will receive a warning announcement.)
  • Tables that have been overloaded will appear in red.
  • It’s impossible to “overlook” anyone, as he/she will remain in the unseated guests pane.
  • It’s impossible to place a guest at more than one table.
  • It’s possible to choose the option of “automatic arrangement” and the software will arrange a first placement by categories.
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