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Bride admits she’s considering seating all unvaccinated wedding guests on one ‘anti-vax’ table – so do you think it’s a reasonable request?

  • A bride is questioning if she should allocated unvaccinated guests to one table 
  • Heidi, from Sydney, is getting married in March 2022 and is unsure what to do
  • She appeared on Kyle and Jackie-O to ask for assistance  
  • The two radio hosts agreed the single table idea ‘won’t do anything’ 


A bride-to-be has admitted she’s considering seating all unvaccinated guests at one table at her wedding.

Appearing on Kyle and Jackie-O on KIIS 106.5, Heidi, from Sydney, said she’s getting married in March 2022 and a few of her family members are yet to be vaccinated. 

Both Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson agreed assigning unvaccinated guests to a single table ‘won’t do anything’ as they are likely to mingle with other guests throughout the night. 

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Appearing on Kyle and Jackie-O for assistance, Heidi said she’s getting married in March 2022 and a few of her family members from Queensland are yet to be vaccinated

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Should the bride invite unvaccinated guests to her wedding?

  • Yes 62 votes
  • No 92 votes
  • Yes, but only if they’re willing to have a Covid-19 test prior 64 votes

‘I’m thinking do I have a special “anti-vax table” so all the other guests are a little bit more at ease with having people that aren’t vaccinated there or do I not worry about it?’ Heidi asked. 

Kyle was quick to point out if you are fully vaccinated ‘you’re protected’ against those that aren’t. 

‘The anti-vaccinated, they’ve chosen not to do it for whatever reason, that’s fine, it’s their own choice,’ he added. 

Jackie said: ‘I don’t think separating them at a table is going to do anything, like everyone’s going to be dancing.’

Both Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson agreed assigning unvaccinated guests to a single table 'won't do anything' as they are likely to mingle with other guests throughout the night (stock image)

Both Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson agreed assigning unvaccinated guests to a single table ‘won’t do anything’ as they are likely to mingle with other guests throughout the night (stock image)

The radio duo also deemed it to be ‘reasonable’ to ask all unvaccinated guests to have a Covid-19 test before the wedding. 

‘It’s so standard these days, Heidi, and especially with the at-home [tests] it’s pretty easy to do,’ Jackie said. 

The duo also mentioned the venue will likely ask to ensure all guests are fully vaccinated prior to the wedding. 

According to current laws and restrictions in New South Wales, those who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated can only attend ‘a small wedding service’.  

A small wedding service is a wedding with up to 11 people attending, being the people getting married, the person marrying them, two witnesses, a person to record the service and five guests.    

All guests who are not fully vaccinated must also be seated when consuming alcohol or eating and drinking. 

Those who aren’t fully vaccinated in NSW also cannot visit another person’s place of residence, are not allowed to participate in sport or exercise with others, no gym or public swimming pool visits and you can only shop for essential needs. 

Rules at weddings for people who are not fully vaccinated in New South Wales:

Weddings in NSW have restrictions for people who are not fully vaccinated.

You can attend a small wedding service anywhere in NSW.

If you are not fully vaccinated you can only attend a small wedding service.

A small wedding service is a wedding with up to 11 people attending, being:

  • The people getting married
  • The person marrying them
  • 2 witnesses
  • A person to record the service
  • 5 guests

All people who are not fully vaccinated at a small wedding service must be seated while consuming alcohol and while eating and drinking.

Dancing is permitted

 Source: nsw.gov.au

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