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.
Etiquette6 Ways to Avoid Bad Blood in Your Wedding Party
Worried someone will throw shade in your wedding party? Here’s how to make sure everyone gets along in your wedding crew.
EtiquetteShould I ‘Come Out’ to My Wedding Vendors as LGBTQ?
Is it necessary to let your future wedding vendors know your gender identity or sexual orientation? We’ll help you decide.
Etiquette5 Ways Wedding Planning Can Test Your Relationship
Here are some ways that wedding planning can test your relationship—and how to make sure that you start your marriage stronger than ever!
EtiquetteThe Most Awkward Same-Sex Wedding Questions, Answered
Now that you’ve RSVP’d “yes” to your first same-sex wedding, here are your burning questions, answered!
EtiquetteI’m Not Sure I Want a Wedding Party. Now What?
If you’re thinking about foregoing the wedding party tradition, read on for a few things you’ll want to consider.
EtiquetteHow to Deal with Wedding Criticism Without Losing Your Mind
I know it’s not always a piece of cake to plan a wedding, especially when it comes to managing everyone involved.
Etiquette15 Times Celebs Took a Powerful Stand for Marriage Equality
Over the years, many celebrities have championed the right to marry for all. Check out some of our favorite marriage equality quotes!
Etiquette5 Things You Should Never Ask an Engaged Same-Sex Couple
Find out how to avoid an etiquette minefield by not asking these inappropriate questions of your recently engaged LGBTQ friend or family member.
EtiquetteHow to Deal with an Overbearing Mother-in-Law
Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind to help with an overbearing mother-in-law.
Etiquette11 Ways to Spend Enough Time Together During Your Wedding
Keeping guests entertained, mingling with friends and family, and maybe trying to sneak a bite to eat can get a bit overwhelming.
EtiquetteHow to Choose Ushers and Ceremony Readers
You’ve chosen your bridesmaids, groomsmen, and the flower girl and ring bearer. Now it’s time to assign usher and ceremony reader roles to your friends.
EtiquetteHow to Choose Flower Girls and Ring Bearers
We can probably all agree that watching a little flower girl and ring bearer stroll (or inch shyly!) down the aisle at a wedding is the cutest part of the day.
Etiquette"The Worst Wedding Advice I've Received"
We asked our friends in the WeddingWire Forums to share the worst piece of advice they’ve received.
EtiquetteHow to Navigate a Friendship with a "Friendor"
From Vendor to Friendor: How to Navigate a Friendship with a Wedding Pro
Etiquette8 Types of Mother-of-the-Bride (or Groom!)
One of the trickiest parts of planning a wedding can be dealing with family members, and frequently, the mother-of-the-bride (or groom) can be the cause of some drama.
Etiquette7 Ways to Say Thanks to Your Guests at Your Wedding
Aside from writing thank-you-notes after the fact (an etiquette must!) there are several ways to thank your guests on your wedding day.