Recent Wedding Guests Posts
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Congrats! It’s finally happened. Your significant other was invited to a wedding, and they’ve received a “plus one”. That “plus one” is you. Meeting all of their nearest and dearest (or maybe just co-workers) at once can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! Read our guide to everything a wedding “plus one” needs to know and you’ll be in fine form come the big day. At the very least, you won’t come off looking like a total horse head (see above photo for reference).
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Photo: Natalie Franke Photography
You’re stuck in a sticky situation: there’s no specific attire information anywhere to be found. What’s a plus one supposed to wear with his/her significant other? Before you go shopping for this shindig, resort to our Fashion Editor’s checklist on how to crack the dress code.
So, an invitation came in the mail. Mark the date on the calendar because you are going to a WEDDING in a little over or under a year! First time? Don’t fret. Our Advice Editor will tell you everything you need to know: 1. Check the wedding website before picking up the phone. 2. Book travel as far in advance as possible. 3. Consider the dress code. 4. Be on time for the shuttle bus. 5. Pay attention to announcements. Read the rest of her helpful tips here.
Photo: Carolina Studios
Just when you think you only have to write thank-you notes after all that gift-unwrapping, think again, newlyweds. Remember that guests have traveled near and far to come honor YOU! Hence, why it’s extra important to show how much you appreciate their support of your marriage with a few welcoming weekend touches. Read more ideas here.
Photos (from left to right): It Takes Two to Tranquil Dress, $95 at ModCloth and Posh at the Part Dress, $135 at ModCloth
Still have a few weddings left in this year’s circuit? Our Fashion Editor knows you do, so that’s why she’s officially telling you to swap out those breezy dresses for something a little more substanial. Check out the round-up of affordable (under $150) frocks full of playful patterns in deep hues perfect for any upcoming fall nuptials.