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Actual wedding day
Here, I will briefly walk you through on the actual wedding day. At an early morning, the bride and groom will have to get off their beds and start getting ready. The bride needs to adorn herself with the beautiful wedding gown she has been waiting for this day, usually with the help of the bride’s mother, and the groom needs to jump into his suit and be prepared to arrive at the church early.

The Chief Bridesmaid will arrive early at the bride’s home to help her with the finishing touches, and the bridesmaids should arrive early too. At this time, the best man and groomsmen have all arrived at the groom’s place and get ready for the big day.

The Groom, Best Man and the groomsmen should all arrive at the church at least an hour earlier. Once arrived, the Best Man or the appointed Chief groomsman will brief the groomsmen again on the duties that has been delegated to them.

Some will be delegated to the reception and be readied to guide the guests into the church and allocated seat. Order of Service should be distributed to the guests while being led by the groomsmen to their seats. The Order of Service can also be distributed nicely on the pews before the guests arrive.

Some of the groomsmen will be assigned to valet park the guest’s cars that arrive at the church’s door. Things to watch out for should be briefed carefully, for example, to take good care of the guest’s cars and greet all guests politely at the entrance, as you do not want to upset anyone during the wedding day.

Seating arrangements in a church wedding service
The order of the seats allocated to the family, relatives and friends should also be briefed carefully. The order of the seats should be as follows:

The bride’s mother, brothers, sisters and grandparents should seat at the front row of the pews on the left, facing the altar.

The bride’s relative should seat at a descending order with the closest ones at the front.

The bride’s friends should also seat at a descending order with the closest ones at the front.

The groom’s mother, brothers, sisters and grandparents should seat at the front row of the pews on the right, facing the altar. Leave some space for the Groom and the Best Man, as they may sit at the front pew while waiting for the wedding ceremony to start.

The groom’s relative should seat at a descending order with the closest ones at the front.

The groom’s friends should also seat at a descending order with the closest ones at the front.

 

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