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If you are using formal attire for the reception, your guests should know about this by the location of your reception. You may also instruct a few close friends to spread the news to your guests if you feel that some people will not be aware of the reception's dress requirements.

If you are having a sit down dinner that includes assigned seating for guests, the best thing to do is to use table cards and perhaps have a seating chart. Since the table cards will be on the table, you may consider getting the cards printed or have someone who knows calligraphy address them. You may also have a person standing by to answer seating questions.

The tables usually have some kind of centerpiece, some type of wedding favor for guests, and if there is a meal being served, plates, glasses, and silverware. If it is a sit down dinner, the guests will be served. If it is a buffet, the guests will go to the buffet when they are called. You may also want to have appetizers waiting for your guests while they are writing for you to arrive.

The reception often includes a number of events: introduction of the wedding party, cake cutting, toast by the best man, and throwing the bouquet to name a few. The wedding party should be introduced once the guests are seated and should be introduced by the person leading the reception (often a DJ or family member). The toast by the best man often occurs when the guests have finished eating and should generally last no more than 2 to 5 minutes. The cake cutting usually follows - the bride and groom usually cut the cake to celebrate their being together.

Generally the boquet is thrown at the end of the reception. This usually takes place just before the bride changes into her evening outfit. The DJ or person running your reception should get the guests together at the appointed time.

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