Question: How do you plan your table settings when you don't know if people are going to talk to each other on that particular table?
As many of you may be aware planning your table settings can be both a logistal and a political nightmare. You find you are trying your best to avoid situations such as siTting great aunt Edith and Cousin Maxine together after a spat that happened years ago.
Because of this you often end up with some tables where there are people who have never met and may not naturally have anything in common par the happy couple.
No Bride or Groom wants their reception to become awkward so to avoid this possible scenario why not try this brilliant idea.
Place a pot or Jar in the centre of the table with instructions as show. Get every memeber of the table to participate and grab a card from the pot, get people asking questions to each other and the ice will soon begin to thaw.
To make an even greater impact try to come up with questions relating to you, "the happy couple". They will be able to share their experiences and get to laugh at the great times you have shared toegther.
So don't leave guests out in the cold, use icebreakers at you wedding!