One of the toughest tasks when planning a wedding of this size is simply getting all the people together. You have two households, both alike in dignity, to consider. From the head of each household, to his immediate family, the bride and groom, their friends, their servants, their servants' servants, well connected businessmen and politicians, old family friends, the shady relatives from the highlands, the royalty!! Your task is awesome. You can't afford to offend anybody, yet there must be peace in the wedding hall. Review the following resources and create a list of guests and a seating chart for tables of up to ten guests per table. For each table you are to create a list of appropriate conversation topics and/or life situations that your guests will have in common. If your guests can't find enough common ground to talk they are bound to draw their mistempered weapons and have at each other!
Some topics to consider as you search are: everyday life, politics, social events, cultural events and any other category listed below. Remember: what might be appropriate for one group of people may not work for the next. Feel free to use the resources for the other groups. The grading details for this section are at the bottom.
Group One Grading Information
1. 20 Points TABLE SEATING CHART with NAMES of guests .
2. 30 Points RANK, TITLE, OCCUPATION, INTERESTS of each guest.
3. 50 Points A LIST OF TOPICS for each table to discuss during the ceremony.