- 5 years ago
- Wedding: May 2014
I don’t really have a problem with matching all of our friends, that’s not a big deal.
But I have recently (2 years) divorced parents, who will still have small children between the two of them at the time of the wedding. This means that if they don’t sit at the same table, the kids will have to be seated with one family or the other, and that shouldn’t have to happen. However, I don’t think they could logically or emotionally sit together. Stepmom’s two adult children will also be there, and won’t know anyone else. Should I just stick all dad’s together and all mom’s together and forget it?
Is it uncommon to seat the Bride and Groom’s parents together? I would kind of like that, so everyone could hang out, but thus, this divorced problem happens again. And can we mix grandparents, if we think they’d like each other? My grandparents on mom and dad’s side get along fine.
I am just confused on who is supposed to sit with who. Because we are technically becoming a part of each other’s family, and this may be the only time some of them meet, it’s important to me that they do meet.