Recent Etiquette + Advice Posts
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In our tech-obsessed society, it’s hard to imagine any kind of major life event happening without our gadgets in hand. Some couples have started asking guests to leave their smart phones at home and be in the moment as they celebrate. While we love the idea of being unplugged, there are plenty of other opportunities for that (like your honeymoon). From paparazzi candids to your own wedding hashtag, there are many reasons to keep them handy all night long. See the complete list 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. Second up, Aja asks: “Is paying for bridesmaids’ hair and makeup considered a gift or should there be an additional gift?” Find out the answer 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. First up, Katie asks: “Do I need to invite my bosses to my wedding if the only relationship we have is all work-related?” Find out the answer here.
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With the massive amounts of social media in today’s tech-savvy society, it’s hard not to create an Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram wedding hashtag for your upcoming nuptials, especially since it stores all of your guests’ photos in one place for you to relive all those wild ‘n’ crazy moments aftwerwards. How do you create an awesome one like #krebstietheknot, #thisishowelldoit, or #ahappylittlewedding? Find out what our Adivce Editor suggests here.
Thought as the best man you just had to plan the bachelor party? Wrong. That’s just the beginning! You actually have special responsibilities, such as being a hand-holder for the groom as he goes through this nerve-racking experience with flying colors, posse leader for the groomsmen as they probably won’t know where to properly place their boutonnieres, ring security for the wedding bands as they need to be safe and sound, and valet for the newlyweds as they need transportation to jet off to their honeymoon abroad. Check out WeddingWire’s checklist for more in-depth details.