David Nettle Civil Marriage Celebrant

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Should we have signs at our ceremony to leave the front row vacant for immediate family?

I was thinking maybe this is tacky, but then maybe it's necessary. (Or am I really just overthinking it?) Someone suggested that this is the role of the celebrant - to ensure that it's family in the first row. Is that generally true?

David Nettle Civil Marriage Celebrant

Yes, it's your wedding so you can say who sits where and reserving seats for your family is fine.  In fact, it's the best way to ensure the fromt row is full.  Best to put actual names rather than 'Reserved for Family', otherwise some relatives aren't sure whether you consider them family or not.  As with all things like this, talk to your celebrant who will have encountered this before and can advise you how to go about reserving seats without offending any of your guests.

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