Not having your guests seated in those places you carefully thought through would certainly be one of things that would bug throughout the entire day, whether that is in a wedding or even a party. It becomes a pet peeve for those perfectionists and an effort made worthless for those that took time off to carefully plan through everything. However, you don’t want to seem as imposing as it sounds when trying to dictate your guests and their seats. So here are a few ways where you can politely ask your guests to move away from where they are not supposed to be seated! Pick and pluckThis is an amazing way of incorporating your décor and theme of the custom wedding invitation to assign seats to your guests. Instead of simply handing out cards with table numbers for each guest let them find their own. Using flower garlands attach the cards in a way where it hangs from the ends of it. Arrange it in a manner where finding the names would be easy too. Let them then pluck it out and move to their assigned seats. This is quite the interesting way of keeping your guests occupied as well without simply telling them where to move to. Pop the lidAnother interesting way of using DIY wedding place cards is to have them hanging on a bottle of drink of your choice. It could be like the welcome beverage for the guests, to keep them occupied while dinner gets started and the meals are served. Have a bottle opener by the side and set aside a desk at the entrance of the reception with these on display. A crunch and snackEveryone loves chocolate and Ferrero rocher is something that everyone is familiar with. Use this elegantly decorated crunchy snack as a way of directing your guests to their table. Have little stand up boards placed or attached to them, with the table number and guest name to help them find their way. Amazing lavenderIf you are throwing a garden wedding and you are looking for an interesting way to direct your guests to their tables, then this is a certain idea that you could definitely use. Combine a small bunch of sweet smelling lavender and have them attached to the cards with assigned seats and names. Not only is it an interesting idea to use especially with the sweet scent, but it also goes with the theme too.Message in a bottleThrowing a beach wedding? Then this is perfect! Incorporate the message in a bottle that is known to be a common sight back in the days, to guide your guests to their places. Set up a stand with a bowl filled with sea sand and shells. And place these miniature bottle in them. Let your guests pick out theirs and move to their seats!Use these interesting ways to guide your guests to their designated seats and have fun adding little other quirky touches as well!