Archive of ‘Etiquette’ category

12 Destination Wedding Etiquette Questions Answered

Following correct wedding etiquette can be tough enough — some rules can be complex, old-fashioned or not necessarily intuitive. And planning a destination wedding adds its own unique set of logistics. To get you the help you need, we turned to three etiquette experts well-versed in minding manners to guide you through any sticky situations. What is the couple […] Read more…

How to be single at a wedding

Take your time Watching loved ones go through important rites often leads us to compare our lives to theirs. ‘It’s not a race to the finish line, so try not to worry if others reach certain stages before you,’ says relationship psychotherapist Denise Knowles. ‘Sometimes part of your journey is to be part of other people’s […] Read more…

Is a Mismatched Number of Bridesmaids and Groomsmen Okay?

Some couples worry about having an uneven wedding party. Are the photos going to look lopsided? Will it look like one of you has more friends than the other? How will it look when they process down the aisle, since not everyone will be in pairs? Totally understandable concerns, but rest assured that have a mismatched number of bridesmaids […] Read more…

Wedding Guests: Guests Behaving Badly

33 Worst Guest Mistakes It’s that time of year when the world falls in love, gets engaged, and you get invited to 47 weddings. To some, summer means weekends at the cabin, BBQ’s, and beach time. To most, it’s Wedding Season. Being a guest these days is much harder than it seems. It requires attention […] Read more…

Should I Give Welcome Bags to Out-of-Town Guests Not Staying at Our Hotel?

If you’re assembling welcome bags for out-of-town wedding guests, you’ll need to drop them off at the various hotels a day or two before guests arrive. But if your guests are scattered among several hotels, do you need to give a bag to everyone (that’ll take forever!)? Our wedding etiquette experts are here to answer your wedding guest-related […] Read more…

Top 10 Things to Avoid in a Wedding Speech

These things to avoid apply to anyone giving a wedding speech! 10. Speaking with your mouth full: When it’s about your turn to deliver your wedding speech, you should avoid chewing gum or eating. Remember what your mother told you when you were younger stop talking with your mouth full. Same thing applies to giving […] Read more…

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