Etiquette

What do the best man, the maid of honour, or the ring bearer have to do? Where should people sit? How should the guests be dressed? We'll explain all the etiquette details so that everything runs smoothly from dawn ‘til dusk.

Etiquette

5 Things to Tell Your Out-of-Town Wedding Guests

Bringing in a few out-of-towners for your wedding celebration? Here’s everything you need to let them know.

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Etiquette Tips for Thank-You Notes

Ready to start writing your thank-you notes? Here are a few etiquette tips for thanking gift givers.

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What NOT to Do If You’re in the Wedding Party

Congratulations! You’re part of the bride and grooms inner circle. Here are a few things to skip leading up to and on the big day.

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7 Things to Consider When Making Your Wedding Guest List

Drawing up the list of people you want to invite to your wedding can be a tough task. Here are a few things you should think about while you're making the final list.

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5 People You Don’t Have to Invite To Your Wedding

If your guest list size is creeping dangerously close to your venue’s capacity, you may need to make some cuts. It’s never easy to remove people from your guest list, but here are some ideas to help you make those initial cuts.

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How to Build Your Wedding Guest List

Just engaged? Congrats! Now it's time to think about your guest list. Do not worry, this is just a draft! Here is how to break it down into three different categories.

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How to Build Your Wedding Guest List

It is safe to say that one of the biggest pain points of the planning process is the guest list. However, you should start establishing your headcount as early as possible.

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Stress-Free Shortcuts to Writing Thank-You Notes

Writing thank-you notes is non-negotiable. It is important to recognize your nearest and dearest loved ones for the the gifts you have received before the big day.

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8 Do’s and Don’ts of Same-Sex Wedding Planning

In some ways, planning for a same-sex wedding isn’t very different than planning a wedding between a man and woman. Generally, there’s a ceremony with vows, followed by a party with toasts.

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We’re an Engaged Same-Sex Couple—Who Should Wear the Ring?

So, you and your love are getting engaged—congratulations! Thanks to millions of romantic comedies, it’s nearly impossible to think about an engagement without imagining an elaborate proposal culminating in the unboxing of a sparkly engagement ring.