Sponsored Post: 5 Tips to Tuxedo Success from Savvi
Our friends at Savvi have put together a list of helpful tips to make sure that ordering your tuxedos goes as smoothly as possible: 1. First, there are no rules when it comes to when to order your tuxes. Bring... Read More
5 Awesome Groomsmen Attire Ideas
First, for the most part, play it simple when it comes to the suit. Stick to dark or neutral fabrics to keep it as basic as possible before adding the following flair: Crazy boutonnieres. Many different florists and Etsy vendors... Read More
Remember to Return Rented Attire
Before the wedding, pick a groomsmen or family member to return any rented attire, and make sure that all of the groomsmen know how to package their attire back up and who to give it to.Â If you have a... Read More
Best Man and Groomsmen Responsibilities
Groomsmen Responsibilities: Attend wedding-related functions, such as the engagement party, bachelor party, and rehearsal dinner. Purchase a gift for the couple (this can be a joint gift from all of the groomsmen, if you all wish to do that) Helping,... Read More
Planning a Bachelor Party?
Planning a bachelor party? Important things to remember: Donâ€™t force the groom to do anything that he doesnâ€™t want to do, or that his fiancÃ©e has requested that he avoid.Â If she has asked that there be no trips to... Read More
Choosing someone to read something at your wedding should not be delegated to anyone who simply didnâ€™t make the wedding party â€œcut.â€Â Make sure to choose someone is naturally extroverted, good in front of large groups of people, quickly adaptable,... Read More
Ask the Editor: Small Wedding with a Large Wedding Party
We are having a small wedding, about 50 guests, but both my fiancÃ© and I have several very close friends.Â Is it strange to have a wedding party of 12 when the guest list is so small?â€”Karen, Detroit, MI It... Read More
Friends Left Out of Your Wedding Party?
Unfortunately, it is hard to avoid hurt feelings at any wedding.Â Inevitably, any event with that much emotion and protocol surrounding it is going to offend someone at some point.Â Which is not to say that you should shrug that... Read More