Important Wedding Etiquette Rules All Couples Need to Know
Wedding etiquette is obviously a lot more relaxed than it used to be. From the fact that brides are allowed to wear whatever colors they want to the fact that the long, time-consuming receiving lines are slowly fading out completely, there’s a myriad of freedoms modern couples have earned in the latest decades.
Yet, what are those etiquette rules that remain relevant even now, in the 21st century? We have some tips for you – read on if you want to find out more.
The wedding registry is a pretty stingy issue, so you should treat it carefully. DO NOT add registry info on the wedding invitations – share the news by word of mouth (via your close friends and relatives, not on your own) OR add the information to your wedding website.
Furthermore, remember that all guests want to make you happy with a gift you will genuinely enjoy. This is precisely why it is important to add gifts that pertain to different price ranges. This way, even those guests who do not have a very large budget can purchase something you will actually like.
In general, the planning of the bridal shower and bachelorette party is left into the hands of the Maid of Honor (or other close friends). However, you should make sure that whoever plans these pre-wedding events doesn’t do it with more than 1-3 months before the wedding. That is the ideal time gap to create a bit of excitement for the upcoming big day and still allow your ladies to recover from the financial effort.
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