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Manners matter, especially when it comes to your wedding day. From choosing your wedding party to finalizing your reception seating chart, there’s etiquette to consider every step of the way. Whether it’s a timeless question every couple faces or an unexpected tricky situation, we’ll help you navigate wedding etiquette so you’re ready to handle it all.
EtiquetteHere’s How to Rethink Setting a Wedding Date During the COVID Pandemic
All the most-asked setting a wedding date questions, answered, including: “What the heck is a soft hold?”
Etiquette8 Ways to Greet Guests at a COVID Wedding
While hugs and handshakes are on pause for the time being, here are some creative ways to give your guests some love—from a safe distance.
EtiquetteHow to Enjoy Your Wedding if You Hate Being in the Spotlight
There are a few things that you and your partner can do to make the day a bit more comfortable and easier for everyone. Check out our tips for shy brides and grooms.
EtiquetteHow to Tell Your Guests "No Kids" Without Offending Anyone
Telling your guests "no kids a the wedding" can be tricky, but you have to stand firm. Here's how to communicate your policy clearly (but politely).
Etiquette11 Wedding Questions You’ll Be Asked During the Holidays
To avoid the awkwardness, here are our best responses to the most annoying (but all too common) wedding queries that tend to come up in conversation during the holiday season.
EtiquetteHow to Write Wedding Thank-You Cards
Check out these simple and stress-free tips for how to write wedding thank-you cards without losing your mind.
EtiquetteThese Wedding Thank-You Note Templates Are Legit Essential
If you're unsure about wedding thank-you card wording — or don't even know where to start! — feel free to work off of these handy wedding gift thank you templates.
EtiquetteHow to Tell Someone They’re NOT Invited to Your Wedding
If someone thinks they're going to receive an invite but actually is not invited to your wedding, it can be, um, awkward. Here's how to handle the situation.
EtiquetteStarting a New Job While Wedding Planning: How to Make it Work
Are you starting a new job while in the thick of wedding planning? Here's how to maintain your sanity during these stressful times.
EtiquetteHow to Safely and Efficiently Collect Wedding Gifts
It's something couples rarely think about, but it's actually super-important—how to keep their cards and gifts safe at their wedding. Here's some expert advice to ensure that your gifts head home with you and your new spouse.
EtiquetteHow to Ask For Time Off from Work for Your Wedding
If you're thinking about how to request time off from work for your wedding, here are some expert tips to ensure a successful conversation.
EtiquetteCan You Ever Invite a Guest to a Wedding Without Their Spouse?
When it comes to plus-one etiquette, it's easy to become confused. Here's a rundown of when it is and isn't okay to invite a guest without his or her significant other.
Etiquette5 Wedding Ice Breakers to Help Make Small Talk with Guests
There's nothing worse than awkward small talk. These wedding icebreakers will get the conversations flowing with each and every guest on your big day.
EtiquetteWhen Is It Okay to Be a Bridezilla?
The last thing any bride wants to be called is "bridezilla," but there are certain instances when it's absolutely acceptable.
EtiquetteHow to Tell Your Love Story at Your Wedding Without Annoying Your Guests
Want your guests to feel the love? Here’s how to tell your love story without driving your guests crazy.
Etiquette5 Ways to Balance Planning Your Wedding While Being in Someone Else’s
Planning your wedding while being a bridesmaid or groomsman in a friend or family member's wedding can seem stressful, but it's actually totally doable. Here's how.