Seating Chart Tool

Better plan your events by creating seating charts that assign location to guests.

  • Multiple event based templates to easily visualize seating arrangements
  • Real-time collaboration to work with your team, organizers and clients
  • Multiple export options to share and embed in documents
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Infinite canvas to brainstorm and quickly visualize the floor plan.

Simple drag and drop shapes and plus create to effortlessly map the seating plan.

Freehand drawing to highlight and make custom changes in the canvas.

Add details docs, attachments and links to capture and organize the seating plan.

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Clarify Floor & Guest Arrangements

Clarify Floor & Guest Arrangements

Fully customizable shape and text tools to assign seating to your guests.

Integrate information from multiple sources for better planning and visualization of the event.

Import images and vectors to the canvas and embed documents with in-app previews to provide more context with external resources.

Pre-set color palettes to organize guests in groups for better coordination.

Clarify Floor & Guest Arrangements
Coordinate Efforts Amongst Multiple Stakeholders
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Coordinate Efforts Amongst Multiple Stakeholders

Coordinate Efforts Amongst Multiple Stakeholders

Multiple app integrations to help you import and export data across teams on different platforms.

Organize the same information in multiple ways with models.

Built-in presentation tools to quickly organize and share your seating planning chart with the team and stakeholders.

Connect to other event planning frameworks to streamline efforts- establish timelines, plan resources and much more.

What Is a Seating Chart template?

A seating chart is a tool that helps visualize the seating arrangements or where guests will sit during a certain event.

How to Create a Seating Chart?

  • Create a list of RSVPs or the guests who you have invited to your event. Once you have a number, decide how many guests you will assign to one table.
  • Decide the different groups of guests you will be assigning to the tables. Make sure the groups can get along, and not strangers or rivals.
  • You can quickly assign guests to tables and visualize it with an editable seating chart template from Creately.
  • Invite your event planner, partner or team members, etc. to share their input in creating the seating chart via Creately real-time collaboration.
  • Group the tables by color-coding them or assigning them a number or letter. This will help you provide order.
  • Consider the venue’s floor plan when you are placing tables. For example, at a wedding reception, you may want to keep the parents closer to the head table.