We have a rather large wedding party but are able to have significant others of our wedding party be seated at the head table, luckily. My fiance has chosen his dad to be his best man and thinks he and his wife (it's complicated but she is not the mother of the groom) should be seated at the head table. I feel weird about this because more than the best man, he is the groom's father - that is his primary role. My parents are not part of our "wedding party" so to speak, and as such, they won't be sitting at the head table. I feel weird having one set of parents at the head table and not the other. I was thinking that his parents should be seated at a family table, just like my parents will be. I also don't want to make my parents feel left out.
The table could fit my fiance's father and his wife, just barely. But there is not room to accommodate my parents as well. Adding the groom's parents would max out our table - people would be sitting on the ends of a long table if we add them.
What do you all think?