If you’re not getting married in a church, you don’t need the traditional “church pew” seating arrangements. If you want to shake it up a bit and have something unique for your ceremony seating, you’re going to love the following incredible ideas.
Arrange the guests’ seats in a large spiral so everyone has a magnificent view of you as you make your way toward the altar and your waiting fiancé.
Rather than creating two sides of seats behind the bride and groom, have them flanking the bride and groom, with both sides facing toward the middle.
If you’d still rather have two separate sides for your seating, angle the chairs in a semicircle so all guests get the best possible view of the bride and groom.
This one is similar to the spiral, except the chairs are all arranged in a large circle and the bride and groom will stand in the very center to say their vows.
These unique seating arrangements work beautifully and are proof that you don’t have to follow tradition just for tradition’s sake. Think outside the box and choose your favorite ceremony seating layout.