Question: Does the bride sit to the left of the groom?

Which side of the groom does the bride sit?

A: In Christian ceremonies, the bride’s family sits on the left, the groom’s on the right. Likewise, the bride stands at the left at the altar while the groom stands to her right.

Does the bride or groom sit on the left at the wedding dinner?

Some couples also opt to sit a table with the Best Man, Maid/Matron of Honor, their parents and their grandparents. Wherever they sit, the bride traditionally sits to the groom’s left.

Do you wear your engagement ring when you walk down the aisle?

Traditional etiquette would require the bride to wear her engagement ring on her right ring finger to walk down the aisle. During the exchanging of the rings, the groom would place the wedding band on the bride’s left finger. … The bride could then slip the engagement ring on top of the wedding band after the ceremony.

Do parents of bride and groom sit together at reception?

Traditionally, the bride and groom’s parents sit at the same reception table, sometimes with the officiant and his or her spouse (if they attend the reception) or with your grandparents. … If either of your parents is divorced, you’ll probably want to have each parent and his or her spouse host their own table.

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Where do wedding party dates sit?

Traditionally the bride sits on the left, and the groom sits on the right. If you’re doing a sweetheart table, the Bridal party can sit at a dining table, with each other, their dates, family or friends. It’s ok to have them sit at different tables, put them where ever you think they’ll be most comfortable!

What do brides usually use for something old?

The famous wedding recipe derives from the Old English rhyme, “Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe“—which names the four good-luck objects (plus a sixpence) a bride should include somewhere in her wedding outfit or carry with her on her wedding day.