Recent Etiquette + Advice Posts
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It doesn’t matter if you are high school sweethearts, who have been together for a decade, or more recently met through an online dating website, there’s no real timeline for how long a relationship should last before the question is officially popped. Need some help sensing your engagement (and bling) is right around the corner? Read our Advice Editor’s seven hints here.
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Perhaps one of the worst parts of wedding planning is dealing with family members. Talk about D-R-A-M-A! Most of the time but not all of the time, it is caused from the mother-of-the-bride- or -groom. Is she the “I’m staying out of it,” “It’s all about me,” “I’m your bestie,” “I’m paying; you better listen,” or “My baby is growing up” type? Find out how to keep the peace here.
Happy Halloween! We celebrated yesterday at WeddingWire headquarters with an array of creative costumes from Hungry, Hungry Hippos to Pigs in a Blanket and Cards Against Humanity to Michael Jackson and Robin Williams (R.I.P.). Scary, right? Only if it’s an engaged couple whose planning has turned into a nightmare. Before you unwrap any candy bars to soothe your sorrows, learn how to deal with these 10 tricky (and treaty) situations here.
So, an invitation came in the mail. Mark the date on the calendar because you are going to a WEDDING in a little over or under a year! First time? Don’t fret. Our Advice Editor will tell you everything you need to know: 1. Check the wedding website before picking up the phone. 2. Book travel as far in advance as possible. 3. Consider the dress code. 4. Be on time for the shuttle bus. 5. Pay attention to announcements. Read the rest of her helpful tips here.
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Remember when Ellen DeGeneres took an infamous, single selfie with star-filled celebs like Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawerence, and Meryl Streep at the 86th Academy Awards? While that may have been the ideal situation to snap one with her IPhone, there are times at weddings when it totally is NOT okay — 11 to be exact. Answer in the poll below!