Post # 1
How are you building your seating chart? For example are you spliting tables with both sides of the family or keeping one side of the family per table?
for example Table 3= Brides aunts and uncles, Table 4=Grooms cousins, Table 5=brides cousins, table 6 =grooms aunts and uncles
Post # 3
I’ve heard of it done that way, and I’ve also heard of it done by age/interest, where you can mix people up with others who they don’t know. I’ve also heard of having couples tables and singles tables.
Post # 4
We are doing a mix of both. I’m not subjecting anyone else to my insane aunts/uncles (they are together), but pretty much everyone else is mixed. This may be the only time my and FI’s familys really see one another since they are all scattered across the country, so I mixed them together to maximize time. I orginized it by age/interest/political leaning (didn’t sit our transgendered friend next to my crazy republican uncle, for example 😉 ).