Just Said Yes April 2023


Yolanda, on May 17, 2021 at 10:13 PM Posted in Wedding Ceremony 0 4
So how do you seat guests if the bride has 99% of the guests? I would like my cousins, aunts & uncles there. My cousins usually divide into their own immediate groups as it is. My fiancé just doesn’t want to feel like he has no one there


Latest activity by Yolanda, on May 18, 2021 at 3:52 PM
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    Veronica ·
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    For the the ceremony let them sit on either side of the aisle. For our wedding, we had a sign that said lock a seat not a side. This would encourage guests to sit on either side. For the reception, you'd assign guests to specific tables.
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    Judith ·
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    Your ushers simply direct your relatives to sit either side. A lot of people have mixed family seating even with no particular issues. Definitely assign people to at least tables of not specific seats.
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    Jasmine E. ·
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    I know how this feels because my fiancé on his side will have about 70% of the guests. For the ceremony, you don't have to do a bride side or groom side.
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    Just Said Yes April 2023
    Yolanda ·
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    I lovingly told him we could have the wedding somewhere that wasn’t set in having sides. I said I’ll walk in the middle of a circle.
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