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From: Tooman
Response: It is fine for your son to seat you if he and the bride agree. It is usually more common for one of the groomsmen or the best man to seat the mothers, but the groom does it as well. If your son doesnt seat you, he will enter with the minister or the person performing the ceremony. The men in the wedding party may enter with him or they may escort the bridesmaids. These are all issues that the bride and her coordinator will decide on, if she has one. If she doesnt, then she will make the final decisions, hopefully before the rehearsal occurs.

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