What side does the bride sit on at the head table?
On One Hand: Traditional Head Table SeatingTraditionally, the head table faces outward (toward the guests) and the bride sits on the right of the groom. The seating goes (from right to left) best man, bride, groom, maid of honor. Bridesmaids and groomsmen are seated around the table in boy/girl fashion so that the bride and groom are situated in the center.On the Other: There’s More Than One Way to Seat the BrideA head table can be situated in many different ways depending on your taste. TheKnot.com suggests seating all women on one side and men on the other, or letting the party choose their seats. Hoptechno.com suggests leaving a head table out of the picture and seating the bride, groom and party at smaller tables.Bottom LineThe way you seat your wedding party is up to you–everybody has a unique style and situation.
Hi! I never considered it worth paying attention to such traditions. This may be true for a classic big wedding with relatives. But what do you say about two women who are about to get married? In fact, everyone has already forgotten about conventions using lesbiemates. The very fact of the wedding is already a long-awaited reward for those who have been waiting for the right laws for so long.
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