Thanks. Hope yours was nice.
It was! Thanks.Four leibedig Yeshiva guys make for great zemiros and great Divrei Torah.
place cards sooooooooo yekkish, God Love 'Em
I think a good host(ess) always takes into account the little things, including where people should sit. Not only that, the place card is the most innocuous way to disseminate that information. You want to call it yekkish call it yekkish. It's thoughtful. No one needs to ask, approach the table, find your seat. No awkward moments (unless the host(ess) messed up and you are totally seated next to the wrong person!)
I'm a fan of place cards now, there were 24 people at my in-laws meal and it took 10 minutes for everyone to decide where to sit.
Place cards may be pretentious and precious at a table for six, but they make perfect sense when you're seating a crowd.
I agree Dolly.We usually pull them out only when we have 9-10 people or more.
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