(Closed) Seating Arrangements….Good Table – Bad Table

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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2634 posts
Sugar bee

I don’t think it’s wrong to want to keep rowdy friends away from older parents/family that won’t understand or appreciate their rowdiness/loudness.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’m definately taking into account who is sitting near who, like putting the younger closer to the dance floor or the bar, but I’m not really sure what the “Good Table, Bad Table” idea is. Are you suggesting that the people are bad? Or that the tables don’t go together? Or that the Bad Table is like a mash-up and not well thought out?

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2018

I was having the same issue when I made my seating chart. I think its a better idea to separate those guests that are the “rowdy” ones. If they sit together they will have more fun anyway, and you wont have to worry about your family getting offended if a friend of your fiance needs to burb or tell a dirty joke at the table. The only problem is after dinner when everyone is dancing! Our friends have a tendancy to get a little carried away when they dance and I can’t imagine my family alongside of them. There’s only so much you can do anyway. What’s really important is that you’ll have everyone you care about to celebrate with you and just trust that they will all be on their best behavior…

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