Recent Etiquette + Advice Posts
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Sometimes, being a bridesmaid, is like having another job on the side. There are many responsibilities that come before the big day — searching for vendors, planning the bridal shower and bachelorette party, and crafting any last-minute handmade details — whew, that’s a lot! And even though the wedding is absolutely a time to celebrate, it’s also definitely a time to help. Read what those 10 things you need to do for your bride-to-be are here.
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Over the next few weeks, our very own WeddingWire editors will be providing answers to those tough etiquette questions that Facebook followers might not know how to address. Fourth up, Courtney asks: “I have people that refuse to be in the same room, but I love them all. Do I invite them all and tell them so they can decide or pick and choose who [will come]? They are all expecting to be there.” Find out the answer here.
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Congratulations! You’ve found the one, and by “the one,” we obviously mean your wedding dress. It can be a difficult task and it’s rewarding to finally find the perfect fit for your style and body. However, there are certain things you just shouldn’t do after buying it. Consult our list of 5 things not to do after picking your dress, to make sure your road to the altar is smooth sailing.
While we’re all about respecting wedding traditions here at WeddingWire, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to put your own spin on things. From hosting the cocktail hour before the ceremony, to having both parents walk you down the aisle (not just Dad!), there are many ways to change up these age-old traditions. WeddingWire FallBook 2014 gives you 14 wedding traditions with a twist to make your nuptials uniquely you!
Fun fact: The average couple spends about 39 percent of their budget on wedding catering — more than any other vendor. WeddingWire’s FallBook 2014 features the ultimate catering guide with everything you need to know about food and drinks from over 30 experts like the differences between passed vs. stationery hors d’ouevres and plated vs. buffet dinner.