Wedding Seating Plans

Wedding Top Table Seating Arrangement

Do you know who sits where at the top table? If you are having a top table and trying to arrange which of your bridal party should sit where, the guide below is the traditional way to arrange your guests at the top table.

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Wedding Top Table Layout

The seating layout above is the traditional way, The Bride Groom are sat in the middle with Brides mother next to the groom and Brides father next to the bride. The grooms mother would normally be placed next to Brides father with Best Man at the end. Grooms father next to Brides mother and any Bridesmaids at the end on the grooms side. Well I hope all that makes sense.

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Arranging your reception seating plan will probably become your least favorite task of planning your wedding. You will start off knowing exactly where you want your guests to sit and hours later most of your wedding guests will be sat on different tables, with different people to what you originally had planned! But don’t worry 99% percent of brides will agree that although organizing your seating plan may bring out the bridezilla in you, your seating plan will fall into place in the end. It can be quite difficult to decide which of your wedding guests should be sat with who, who is going to get on with who and so on. Just remember your guests will probably only be sat together for the duration of the wedding breakfast, and after the meal they are free to roam or sit wherever they want.

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