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The family of the bride and groom should be on their respective sides. The first row (the one near the front) should include the immediate family. The second row grandparents and other such near relations. Additional close family members should be seated in the next two rows back. If parents are divorced, they should not be seated together unless they agree to that particular seating arrangement.

In terms of the rest of the guests, there is a tradition that the bride's family and friends should sit on one side and the groom's family and friends should sit on the other side. However, it is not wise to follow this tradition if there are a large number of guests from one side and a few from the other. One way to handle this is to seat family on their appropriate sides and to not ask other guests whether they are with the bride or the groom. This ensures an even distribution of seating at the ceremony location.

Generally, people will want to take photographs during the ceremony. Obviously, you will want to check with your officiant to make sure that photography is permitted in this location. Many people have a photographer that takes pictures during the ceremony.

The bride should walk down the aisle with her father on her right. She should take her father's left arm and slowly walk from the back of the church or location to the front. The groom and attendant groomsman should be standing in the front on the right side (facing the front of the ceremony).

In general the mothers of the bride and groom should wear dresses of the same length and degree of formality. The mother should also generally consult with each other and with the bride before selecting a dress. The dress should also match the overall styles of the ceremony and the reception.






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