Post # 16
Our honour table was for us and our immediate family & their parterns (didn’t matter if they were just bf/gf or married, we didn’t split up any couples on different tables) + the reverend, total of 13 people. The rest of the bridal party (if they weren’t family) sat with their partners at the top closest to us at one of the long tables. The rest of family (aunts, uncles, cousins etc) had a whole long table for themselves, with the eldest at the top closest to the honour table.
Post # 17
We did a king table that included bridal party and dates. Our parents sat at the longs closest to the head table. Then grandparents, etc.
This image is a draft layout of part of our space. Bridal party and family at longs, friends and other guests at rounds. We had more rounds than are pictured and we moved them back a little, but this was our starting point.
Post # 18
I’m thinking sweetheart table because I went to a wedding once as a partner of someone in the wedding and hated being alone (I didn’t know anyone at the wedding).