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From: Mclain
Response: I have perfomed in this position; however it is awkward, and the congragation can not hear the offcient. I suggest that brides and grooms face each other when they do their vows, speaking to each other. I also move the parents to the opposit sides of the aisle. As in; brides parents sit on grooms side and visa vera, that way a parent can see their babys face as they wed and not their back.

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