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By  TxKitten  |  8

Nope nope nope. First I'd point it out and ask if it was a mistake. Then I'd calmly ask what her reasoning is. And regardless of her answer I'd tell her that I'm sitting with my husband, close to the rest of the family, or I'm not coming. I get that it's her wedding, and I could tolerate being away from the rest of the family. But it's rude and disrespectful to expect you to sit apart from your husband. It'd be a deal breaker for me. "Her" day or not.

By  sarsuela  |  22

If everyone in her family had been placed separately to socialize with people she would have noticed that and secondly, if bride needs help from family she needs to let them know before and ask if that is okay. I would not feel comfortable sitting at a random table and being forced to socialize.

Of course it is rude of guests to demand where they ought to sit but separating her from her husband (and the rest of the family) is unreasonable.

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By  TxKitten  |  8

Nope nope nope. First I'd point it out and ask if it was a mistake. Then I'd calmly ask what her reasoning is. And regardless of her answer I'd tell her that I'm sitting with my husband, close to the rest of the family, or I'm not coming. I get that it's her wedding, and I could tolerate being away from the rest of the family. But it's rude and disrespectful to expect you to sit apart from your husband. It'd be a deal breaker for me. "Her" day or not.

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  bloopaloop  |  27

“Put my seat where I want or I’m not going to the wedding”? Really??? You people are horrible.

She probably needs y’all to socialize with people to help get the party going. Family has to help out with that.

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  sarsuela  |  22

If everyone in her family had been placed separately to socialize with people she would have noticed that and secondly, if bride needs help from family she needs to let them know before and ask if that is okay. I would not feel comfortable sitting at a random table and being forced to socialize.

Of course it is rude of guests to demand where they ought to sit but separating her from her husband (and the rest of the family) is unreasonable.

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  Taylor Caldwell  |  10

Her husband and her both would still be together then. It makes no sense to separate a husband and wife in a seating plan.

By  JackFaire  |  27

My guess is that your sister is one of those morons that thinks the wedding isn't for her and the less close to her people are the more careful she has to be of their feelings. Seriously I've seen people screw over the feelings of the people they care about because someone they don't that has some vague connection to them might have their feelings hurt.

By  maiyapapaiya13  |  9

Do you mean the tables for the bridesmaids and groomsmen because the groomsmen are supposed to sit on the groom side and bridesmaids are supposed to sit on the bright side sometimes just depends on how the bride and groom want to do it