For all shapes of top table, the Bride and Groom should be seated in the middle so they can look out at their guests. This would usually be with the Bride seated at the left hand of the Groom with the Father of the Bride seated next to her, which is a great position for his speech. It is usual then that the Mother of the Bride will then sit next to the Groom and the Groom’s Mother next to the Bride’s Father, with the Grooms father next to the Brides Mother – indicating a blend of both families.
How do we arrange an appointment or tasting session?
Can we do this at the weekend?
What happens after the appointment?
How long do you hold the date?
What do we do to book you?
Who do we deal with during the planning process?
What about giving catering numbers?
What if we have guests with dietary needs?
On the day, who dresses the tables?
Do you supply menus for the tables?
What’s the correct top table set up?
Do you provide a Toast Master?
Will you cut up the cake?
Where are your staff from?
What do the staff wear?
Who provides the drinks?
What is corkage?
Can we theme the menu?
Why should we choose Barretts?
How and when do we pay?