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Wedding Etiquette

Dear Deborah, I am so sorry to hear about this experience. From an etiquette point of view, you did nothing wrong. When only
What’s an unplugged wedding? An “unplugged wedding” is when a couple getting married have made a decision that they would
To translate or not to translate -- that is the question. ✉️
I don't think I'd ever have suspected that one day I would be writing a blog about civility between wedding vendors, but
There's an app for every aspect of wedding planning now. But it's a double-edged sword. Just because you CAN do something more quickly and easily than ever before, doesn't necessarily mean it's a good idea.
Remember, when there are lots of people contributing large amounts of money for an event as important as a wedding, emotions
Between being a wedding planner for many years and having a large friend/family network, I've attended a lot of weddings. With each one, I've found there are two types of guests: the good and the who-invited-that-person. I wish I could stand at the entrance to each wedding and pass out a list of tips on how to be a good wedding guest.