I tried looking this up everywhere, but everything I found is in regards to parents who have remarried, which would make this much easier. Both of my parents are divorced; neither has remarried. My mom is single. My dad has a long-term girlfriend. My fiancé’s parents have been separated for over a decade, but are not officially divorced. Neither of them has any kind of SO. What do I do about introductions at the beginning of the reception? My uncle was going to escort my mother during the ceremony and at the start of the reception. While my dad will be escorting me during the ceremony, I’m not quite sure what to do about the reception. Should he escort his girlfriend into the reception? They are long-term of sorts, but he hasn’t really asked me to include her in any way. I just wasn’t sure if it was common to include girlfriends in this. My grandfather also has a girlfriend – who I guess he would escort in as I would like to include him in the introductions. Thoughts? Lastly – are the parents of the groom commonly announced at the start of the reception? Being, separated, they wouldn’t walk in together but would come in solo???