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Whether you’re recently engaged or have been planning your nuptials for a while, you’re probably bursting with excitement about your wedding and want to tell everyone you know about all of the details of your big day. Our advice? Try to hold back. We know it may not be easy, but when you see your guests’ surprise and genuine excitement at your wedding, keeping your mouth shut for all those months will be totally worth it, we promise. Check out our list of the details you really shouldn’t share before your wedding day.
Photos (from left to right): Free to LBD Dress, $55 at ModCloth and All About That Lace Dress, $60 at ModCloth
With Black Friday almost here, we thought what better way to kick-start shopping than with the little black dress that is versatile as much as it is timeless. It works perfectly for any upcoming countless wedding-related occasion, especially if you are perhaps attending as a guest. Our Fashion Editor rounded up 29 of her affordable favorites, from lace sleeves and sequin skirts, here. Find even more budget-friendly ideas for everyone on your holiday list in WeddingWire’s Gift Guide 2014!
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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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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.
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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.