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quick survey: If you came to my dinner party for 12 would you....

(11 Posts)
mumonthenet Tue 21-Jul-09 21:59:23

prefer me to have done a seating plan,

or would you prefer to decide where to sit for yourself?

I usually do a seating plan to avoid people fumbling around but am now wondering if I'm a bit sad!

WriggleJiggle Tue 21-Jul-09 22:04:38

Would definitely prefer you to have done a seating plan.

franch Tue 21-Jul-09 22:06:22

Another vote for seating plan

(Try and memorise it rather than drawing a diagram if you wish to appear less sad )

sazlocks Tue 21-Jul-09 22:06:55

a seating plan would annoy me a bit TBH but then I am naturally contrary smile

FiveGoMadInDorset Tue 21-Jul-09 22:08:05

Seating plan

Lifeinagoldfishbowl Tue 21-Jul-09 22:08:10

Seating plan

MIAonline Tue 21-Jul-09 22:09:13

No seating plan for me, but can't imagine any of my friends would do a dinner party for 12, so you are probably mixing in better circles. grin

PotterVsCullen Tue 21-Jul-09 22:10:30

Dinner for half a dozen? Sit where you like.
Any more than 6, seating plan & place names etc etc

Hulababy Tue 21-Jul-09 22:11:27

I wouldn't expect to see a seating plan but wouldn't mind if there was.

Are they all friends who know one another?

mumonthenet Tue 21-Jul-09 22:15:47

Thanks for input girls.

Yes, they all know each other...some more than others.

It's not a formal dinner, more a slightly drunken supper outside by candlelight.

If I didn't do a seating plan I dh would slump next to his mates and talk politics for most of the nightshock

SkaterGrrrrl Sun 02-Aug-09 00:56:03

I do seating plans because I know all my mates and who is likely to hit it off/ have something in common with who.

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