Vaccines are finally being distributed and normal event life feels like it’s in sight. Even when life gets back to normal, however, it’s safe to say events are always going to look a little different. You can expect to see more safety and health measures at venues, and guests will have certain expectations for safety precautions. With this in mind, below are three tips you can use in the post-pandemic world to create an event seating plan people will appreciate.
It’s going to be a while before people are comfortable sitting directly next to each other again, especially if they’re strangers. A table round may fit eight guests but consider cutting it down to six people per table to give everyone a little extra space. Your guests will appreciate the extra distance and elbow room.
It might be a touchy subject, but it can be really beneficial to know which of your guests have been vaccinated. You can use this information to seat at-risk people with fully vaccinated attendees. Some of your guests may also prefer to be seated with other fully vaccinated people. Knowing who is vaccinated can help you seat people at a table where they’ll feel the most safe.
COVID-19 has shown just how advanced technology is these days, so make sure you’re using digital tools to simplify your event planning. A digital seating chart can make organizing your event faster, easier, and less stressful. If you’re ready to start arranging your seating chart, then check out The Guest Table.
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