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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Deb, Actually, no, your guests wont think you are ignorant. Grooms tables are not widely used today except in a very few areas of the country. If your daughter-in-law is not interested in doing certain things just because they are tradition, that is fine. Today, couples have great leeway in the organization of their wedding, allowing them to personalize the day rather than take a cookie-cutter approach. If your son doesnt have strong feelings about having a grooms table, then dont have one. It will allow more space for something else.

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