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You Asked, We Answered: Guests Who Don’t Get Along

Posted by Caitlin on Sep 26, 2014

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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.

Guest Accommodations Made Easy

Posted by Kim on Aug 05, 2013

Post sponsored by Marriott

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While common knowledge dictates that your wedding is “your day,” your guests are a major part of the celebration and it’s essential that they feel well taken care of. One of the first steps to ensuring your guests’ happiness is making sure they have a place to stay if they’re traveling from out of town. Reserving a guest hotel room block is an important first step, and fortunately, Marriott has made that process super-easy with their new Guest Accommodations page. You’ll find a one-stop shop for booking room blocks and getting special group rates for your guests (they’ll totally love you for that!). Looking for a place to host a pre- or post-wedding event (a rehearsal dinner or goodbye brunch, perhaps)? They’ve got that taken care of, too. So get on over to WeddingWire and Marriott’s Guest Accommodations page to get started!

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