Wedding Guests

Plus-one etiquette can be murky. Asking yourself these five questions can help ease guest list woes.
For BRIDES, by Jillian Kramer. For the most part, wedding guests are simply happy to be a part of your big day. But it turns
Getting hitched? Who is the lucky guy/girl? How and when did this happen? When is the special day coming? The news of people
No matter how hard you try or what precautions you take, there are bound to be a few yawn-inducing moments in every big day (yes, even at the best of them).
The wedding guest should consider herself much-loved and fortunate to have gotten the invitation to stay at the wedding venue, and to accept it and enjoy it. While she certainly doesn't want to take advantage of a good friend, it would be very rude to insist on paying for her room at their daughter's wedding at this point, especially since she's already offered, and they've already declined.
So much for "speak now or forever hold your peace." 🙊
Today I really want to focus on how faking it to feel it can f*ck with your wedding planning, your relationship, friendships and more. Bridey, stop camouflaging how you feel for the sake of your wedding, and do something about it!
...Cause a scene Cheers to being a dream wedding guest and having a great time! ....Show up drunk Ship it to the couple's
It wouldn't be a wedding without the guests. A great party starts with good planning and making sure your guests are in the right frame of mind to have a great time. After all it's the guest's energy that really makes for a great party. You are hosting these guests - and like any good host, it's your job to ensure your guests enjoy themselves.
With the costs of weddings skyrocketing year over year and with the cost of each additional guest adding anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars to the final budget, it is critical to get it right when it comes to deciding who gets to bring a date to your wedding.