- 3 years ago
Okay so our venue will have our tables set up as two rows of four 72 inch rounds holding 10 people each. My parents are divorced so my mom is at one table with her date and family and my dad is at another table with his date and family. Then my FI’s family will be at one table. We had to split my dad’s family and mom’s family up a bit and ended up putting them at a “blended” table which holds my dad’s brother and his wife, my mom’s cousin (like a sister to her) and her husband along with her parents then some family friends – they all know each other and get along well so blending them was not an issue. The issue is do we sit that table up in the first row between my mother and fathers tables so the family is all right next to each other? Or do we sit the bridal party table up in the front row and move the blended family table to the back row? I honestly don’t think either group would be offended. I just feel bad having to split up the family and then having them not even right next to each other. But at the same time I think it would be odd not to have the wedding party in the front row. What would you do in this situation?