(Closed) In-law advise

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 3
1604 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Woa, hugs and calm down.   By The Way, most divorced parents do seperate parties.  Doesnt mean they want to kill each other, just means they have moved on.  My guess, his parents will spend the wedding pretending they dont see each other.   Most important, make certain both parents understand how everything will work.  As these are fiance’s parents, let him make decisions.  Generally the first row is reserved for the parent who raised, him, generally his mom (but not always).  If the mom is OK with dad sitting in her row, fine; if not, fiance’s dad can sit in row behind them.   If mom is not remarried, have someone to escort her to her seat.   If fiance’s SM had a significant role in raising him, she might get corsage in addition to the moms.  At reception, have each set of parents host their own table.  As for pictures, if he wants some with both his parents, he should explain to them.  Each parent will likely want picture with B/G and their own spouse.

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