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Congrats! It’s finally happened. Your significant other was invited to a wedding, and they’ve received a “plus one”. That “plus one” is you. Meeting all of their nearest and dearest (or maybe just co-workers) at once can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! Read our guide to everything a wedding “plus one” needs to know and you’ll be in fine form come the big day. At the very least, you won’t come off looking like a total horse head (see above photo for reference).
Photo: Clane Gessel Photography
Over the past year, we have been collecting answers to questions such as: “If you could offer one piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding, what would it be and why?” from newlyweds, like Christie and Mark, pictured above. “When you go on date night, don’t talk about the wedding! It is hard to think of anything else sometimes, especially as it get’s closer, but the best thing you can do is to try and keep it all in perspective and not let it take over your relationship.” Need more tips? Read more here.
Photo by Tirzah Photography
You spend so much time together you’ve essentially morphed into the same person, you know each other so well it’s scary, you can’t picture your future without the other – sound familiar?! It’s probably about time to put a ring on it. Here are 36 signs you should just get engaged already!
Photo: Natalie Franke Photography
You’re stuck in a sticky situation: there’s no specific attire information anywhere to be found. What’s a plus one supposed to wear with his/her significant other? Before you go shopping for this shindig, resort to our Fashion Editor’s checklist on how to crack the dress code.