Over the last several decades, our perceptions of weddings have changed drastically. Many couples are itching to ditch tired old traditions to shake things up in ways that they want. This includes leaving many things at the reception door, including the wedding head table.
Like every other component of a wedding, you don’t need a head table if you don’t want one. There’s no list of official wedding reception rules, after all! If you have a wedding with under 50 guests, a large feasting table may be the better choice.
Others opt for a sweetheart table, an intimate seating arrangement where the married couple split the dining space. This is another potential option if you’re seeking privacy during your reception.
That said, there are plenty of perks for including one at your wedding. We’ll delve into what those are so you’re able to pick what’s best for your special day, so keep reading below!