If the bride is close to her stepmother, her stepmother may be seated just after the bride's grandparents.
If a stepparent is controversial, he or she might not be formally ushered in, but be seated early in the pew reserved for his or her spouse.
Giving The Bride Away Who will walk a bride down the aisle?
This is often the greatest dilemma with divorced parents.
If the bride's stepfather will be escorting her, the bride's father and his companion should be escorted to their seats after the grandparents and before the bride's mother.
Divorced parents should not stand together in a receiving line.
Seating Both of your parents will want to sit in places of honor at your wedding reception, but neither should sit at the bridal table.
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