Traditional Wedding Invitation Wording and What to Include
If it’s time for you to order your wedding invitations, you are probably wondering what to include and how to phrase key details. As more couples pay for their own wedding, wording has changed significantly. Here are a few helpful tips for making sure your wedding invitation accurately reflects your... Read More
How to Plan a Wedding with Family and Friends Without Losing Your Mind
Issues with family and frustration with the wedding planning process are some of the most popular etiquette questions on our site. And of course they are. Planning a wedding is... Read More
Save-the-Dates: 5 Things to Know
They are not required. They are actually a fairly modern invention, and are not required. If you are having a wedding in your hometown and most guests live nearby, you... Read More
Wedding Dress Shopping: Five Things to Remember
Wedding dresses – long, white, short, blush, these gowns are almost all one thing. Beautiful. The emotions and memories associated with wedding dresses are some of the strongest…and who doesn’t... Read More
10 Ways to Be a Great Best Man
While giving a great speech and planning the bachelor party are generally the first things associated with a best man’s responsibilities, there’s more to this role than toasts alone. It’s... Read More
Changing Your Name the Easy Way: Going From Miss to Mrs.
Name change after marriage is big decision. Will you take your spouse’s last name, hyphenate, take two last names without a hyphen, take your maiden name as your middle name,... Read More
Newly Engaged? Here’s Where You Start!
Statistically speaking, a lot of you got engaged over the past couple weeks (and the rest of you have February 14th written all over you). But chances are that after... Read More
Tips For Planning a Wedding
Planning a wedding can be busy. There are ups, there are downs, there are floral arrangements and bridesmaids dresses. From the proposal to the moment you say “I do,” and... Read More
Bridal Party 101: 10 Ways to be the Perfect Maid of Honor
A woman’s best friend, a partner in dress shopping and bridal showering, and an all-around necessary part of the wedding planning adventure, the tasks on the maid of honor’s plate... Read More
Are You on Bloglovin?
Are you on Bloglovin? For those of you who aren’t familiar with the platform, it’s a great tool for keeping up with and following all of your favorite blogs in... Read More
How Hard is it to RSVP?
Time for a little bride commiseration. No one is RSVPing and you are pulling your hair out. Do you need to order dinner for 30 or 300? Who knows? I’ve... Read More
Guest Etiquette: You Weren’t Invited
The other day I overheard a conversation that just made me sad. Celebrating one’s recent engagement, a group of women were talking about their own experiences dealing with guest list... Read More
5 Questions To Ask Your Wedding Photographer
Your wedding photos are one of the most important parts of your day – and the part that you’ll treasure forever as the documentation of all the details and emotions... Read More
These inspiring quotes are perfect additions to vows and toasts.... Read More
Same-Sex Weddings: The Processional
For many engaged same-sex couples, the wedding tradition they struggle with most when planning their event is the processional. Here are a few suggestions: Walk in together. The symbolism of... Read More
5 Traditions You Can Skip, and 5 You Cannot
Sometimes there is a fine line between wanting to personalize your event and totally breaking an etiquette rule. Here are 5 traditions you should feel free to omit or personalize,... Read More
Guest Etiquette: Common Invitation Woes
When getting a wedding invitation isn’t a good thing: You thought you would be in the wedding party. You guys are great friends. She would be one of your bridesmaids.... Read More