- Having fewer than about 50 guests? Have a cocktail hour right after your ceremony. After you get those last few pictures done, head on over where everyone is gathered!
- For a guest list of about 100, you could just have your officiate dismiss guests row by row. You could stay at the front of your ceremony site or just outside the entry doors.
- Any wedding over 150 guests should probably include the typical receiving line at the reception site or NO LINE AT ALL!
Finally, it is not a necessity to have a receiving line at your wedding. Focus on talking to your family and then meet the remaining guests on the dance floor, where you will likely spend the rest of the evening anyway. Whatever option you decide on as a couple will be great. Do what fits your personalities and the “feel” of your wedding. Make sure your guests have fun and feel thanked and it’ll all work out just fine.
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- Linked with Love: Recessional & Receiving Line (weddingbee.com)
- A Highland Fairy Tale: We Receive Hugs in a Line (justanotherstarryeyedbride.wordpress.com)