The reason why seating charts can be such a stressful part of the planning process is because brides are aware their guests will be at their places for a good amount of time at the reception. And while your attendees are at their seats, they are looking at their place settings. Whether you have a buffet or a multi-course sit-down service, providing dinner and salad plates that add to the aesthetic of your wedding can be challenging. Even those with the most generous of budgets may find themselves overspending if they take that task on. That’s where charger plates come in. Not used for food, these larger, decorative plates sit below and complement more traditional dinner plates. As your guests will not be eating from them, you can select chargers made from a variety of materials – even customized to perfectly match the theme of your big day.
Photo by Lindsay Muciy Photography, Consulting by KA Mariage
Photo by Brian Leahy; Rentals by Revelry Event Designers
Photo by Kesha Lambert Photography
Photo by Kevin Beasley Photographer; Consulting by Bobbi Rice Weddings
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