(Closed) Navigating seating troubles

posted 5 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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539 posts
Busy bee

We did a 1 parent/grandparent table (Both his parents/Gparents & Yours sit together), and then let the rest of the guests sit wherever they wanted. I chose this way for similar reasons you stated above.

Post # 4
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2295 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I think generic reserved tables instead of specific seating charts sounds like a good solution in this case. What does your FI think?

I think you are also in for a very very long life with the extended family you described and your feelings about them. I hope your FI backs you and is willing to put up strong boundaries. Have you talked about Family of Origin issues in any sort of marriage prep? Inlaws are one of the biggest fighting points in marriage.

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