Weddings are great occasions of celebration but they can often be very traditional affairs that take into account lots of historic etiquette. Who should say what in which speeches, who should thank who, who toasts first, where should everyone be seating.
Most weddings that have a sit down meal will usual have a top table - but who should sit there? Is there a specific order and if so what is it?
This useful infographic from Simply Bridal sets out all the setting rules for the top table at a wedding - whether it's a simple bride and groom sweat heart table or the full family happening - this infographic sets out all the table seating tips needed to make sure the big day is a traditional as possible.
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