Should I change my seating plan for one person?

  1. I mention that myself and my husband are sitting with the bridal party on the head table for our wedding reception (pretty normal practice for weddings). My the best man's fiancee really want's to sit with her partner and mentioned that she doesn't want to come if she isn't with him. I want her to attend and to be comfortable but it's also my day. I don't want to come across as a bridezilla, what should I do?

  2. Just tell her unfortunately the head table is for bridal party members only and there is absolutely no room for her at all not to mention that not only will she be the odd one out by not wearing a bridesmaid dress but also the aesthetics of the table will be out of place because it is usually men only on the left and women on the right. It's your day and unfortunately if she is going to behave like that then quite frankly, she doesn't have to come! I'm sure she'll come to her senses once you give her the options.

  3. No you shouldn't change your plans, it's your day!
    If your husband to be is in their bridal party how would she feel you saying you wouldn't be attending their wedding if your not sitting with them, how rude of her!

  4. Stuff her. If she can't sit with the other guests then just say it's either that or don't turn up


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