You just got invited to a wedding—you must be excited! It means the couple wants to celebrate their special day with you. Now, everyone knows there’s a certain etiquette to follow when it comes to weddings. But when the couple ... read more
Upon your engagement, you’re bound to get a flood of well wishes, logistical questions, and nuggets of advice. This barrage of opinions can get very old, very fast. But a practice such as a wedding deeply steeped in tradition and ... read more
There are certain things that most of us come to expect from a wedding: champagne, dancing, and (of course) dinner. In fact, dinner makes up a pretty significant portion of most receptions. This is why most wedding venues design the ... read more
There are many aspects of wedding planning that are exciting, fun, and something to look forward to. One thing that can be a bit stressful, however, is completing a seating chart for your reception. No matter what size reception you’re ... read more
When I got married, I remember telling my husband, “I’m excited, but I don’t know why…nothing’s really going to change.” In many ways, that was true; we had been living together for four years, we already had a joint bank ... read more
Picture this: you’re officially married to the love of your life. You’ve had a beautiful wedding, you’ve spent an incredible week at a romantic honeymoon spot, and now it’s time to officially begin your life as a married couple. You ... read more
These days, most people agree that love is love, and that any two adults who love each other should be able to spend their lives together as a married couple. However, wedding traditions and industries have long been divided along ... read more
Of course you’re going to bring your cell phone to an upcoming wedding—after all, you’ll need directions to the venue, you’ll want to snap a selfie with the couple, and you may need to call an Uber after the reception—but ... read more
Even couples who are planning on ditching most of the old-fashioned wedding traditions—like the bouquet toss, not seeing each other before the ceremony, or the “to have and to hold” vows—are still likely to get their wedding fashion cues from ... read more
Weddings are full of traditions and etiquette—some of them wildly outdated (the bride can only wear white or the bride’s family has to pay a dowry to the groom’s family), but some of them are timeless and still followed today. ... read more
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