The Seating Arrangements

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Did you have to buy the InDesign?

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Wannabee

Hi, I love the board that you designed for the seating arrangements!!! You wouldn’t happen to have a Template of it that you could post??? That would make my life a lot easier…. If you could that would be great if not …just some tips on how to use InDesign would be great… It’s pretty hard to use for someone who’s not a graphic designer…… Thanks!! 

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Wannabee
  • Wedding: August 2016

can you please send me a picture of your seating chart? I cant see it for some reason!

thanks!

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

How much did staples charge to print that? I called the one in our area and they charge $2 for black/white and $45 for color. Yikes!

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Wannabee

What fonts did you use? So cute!

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Hi! Just wondering how smoothly this worked, was there a big crowd trying to find there name on all the tables? How many people were at the wedding?

I have about a 180 person wedding and I’d like to nix the escort cards but I’m afraid it will 1. take people ages to find their name and 2. become a large traffic jam.

Any thoughts would be great, thanks! It’s lovely by the way!

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Wannabee

If you have a University near you, check to see if they have a computer lab with a plotter.  The plotter has a set printing width (I can;t remember what it is off the top of my head – maybe 36″?), but the printing is typically much cheaper.  At my school, the printing comes out to less than $10 per poster, in color (I use this for making large posters for research presentations).

 

If you don’t have design software, you can also try making this in PowerPoint.  You can set the size of an individual slide to be as large as you want.

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