{Ceremony Seating} Pick a Seat, Not a Side

At most weddings I’ve been to — mine included — people naturally sat to either the bride’s side or the groom’s side, depending on whose family they were from or which person they were closer to. However, what happens when one family is significantly larger than the other? I’ve been to “lop-sided” weddings like this, and to be honest, I’m not a fan. If you’re facing this problem and don’t want your guest list to look uneven, consider open seating!

{via The Wiebners, Joel & Rita Wiebner on Style Me Pretty}

Encourage guests to pick a seat, not a side! After all, you’re becoming one big family anyway…there’s no need to separate the families at the wedding!

About Nicole Denton

With a love of planning just about anything — from her own wedding, to bridal and baby showers, to dinner parties, and more – Nicole is the Plunge Project’s founder and editor-in-chief. A New Jersey native, Nicole has called Chandler, Arizona home since 2013, where she currently lives with her husband Michael; two pit bulls, Shelby and Link; and cat, Kity Perry. A University of Tennessee graduate, Nicole has a bachelors in communications and a career at a rapidly-growing digital marketing firm.

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