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TIPS FOR THE WEDDING SEATING PLAN

The Wedded couple
The bride and groom should be seated so that the guests could see them from where they are seated. The couple may sit together or with the bridesmaids and groomsmen on either side.

The Singles
Your unmarried friends who are friends among themselves could sit together so that they could have fun.

Families and Friends not in good terms with each other

Do keep them separated, if you’ve invited them. There should be some open space in between the tables. Keep someone you know to keep watch over the tables.

Children

They may sit with their parents, of together with other children.

Older relatives

Don’t let them sit next to a younger person. It may prove to be boring for both parties. Keep the older mature relatives together so that they can discuss something in common.

The office group

Keep your office guests together. They can chat and have fun at the table/s.

The boozers

Best keep the boozers the furthest from the bar, if you plan to have an open bar.

Note:  Don’t keep the speaker set next to the older relatives or your boss. The loud music will not go well with them. Keep name cards on the tables and have several friends escort guests to their tables as they come in.

 


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