Post # 1
So, I am only having my really close friends in my bridal party (4 people total). However, I do have other friends, but I’m just not that close to them (they both live far away and we don’t keep in touch that often). Yet, I will still be inviting these people to my wedding as guests. My question is, how should I do the seating arrangement for the friends that will not be in my bridal party?
Post # 2
Seat them together? I’m not sure where the problem is, are you having a head table and you’re trying to figure out how to put the people in the head table next to people who aren’t in the wedding party? Easy fix, don’t have a head table and seat them all at one table, and have a sweetheart table for just you and your Fiance or sit at a table with your parents or something.
Post # 3
I am splitting my bridal party up. Due to my bridesmaids being married and in relationships i will be sitting them with their SO. So 2 of my Bridesmaid or Best Man are related ao they go on one table and the other 2 have hung out so they will sit together. Now for my other friends, i will be sitting them at those tables as well based off of who they know. For example my two co workers know one of my Bridesmaid or Best Man and her husband so i will let them sit with them so they have someone to talk to. Really just sit your friends where you think they will have the most fun at the table so they are not with complete strangers. Hope that makes sense and helps.
Post # 4
Also as mentioned in the PP a sweetheart table for you and the groom. They don’t need to sit with you especially if the fun will be on the dance floor later on. I will be doing the sweetheart table. I just dont like the idea of have all the wedding party at one table when they have their SO sitting alone.