A while back I had the opportunity to do the seating chart for a romantic, rustic wedding at Thalatta Estate in Palmetto Bay, Florida.
This seating chart was done on a clear acrylic board with white lettering, and was then placed on a black easel and framed by simple, yet classy green leaves.
After my recommendation, the bride chose to go with an alphabetical arrangement of names on the seating chart, instead of organizing the names by table number.
Why is this a better option?
Do you go to the grocery store, buy some random foods (maybe because they’re on sale), spend a lot of money, and still not know what to make for dinner? Do you try to meal plan, but going through all the individual ingredients you need takes way too long? Or, do you just have a hard time figuring out which recipes to use when you meal plan?
I mentioned in one of my previous posts that I finally decided to do a yearly book challenge. Jami Balmet of Young Wife’s Guide was talking about how she read almost 100 books in 2018, and I was like…”whaaaat?!”
You see, I read almost non-stop as a kid. It definitely slowed down in middle and high school, although I’d still take the time to read a good story every so often(I think I read the first Twilight book in one day).