This is the proper way to cancel an RSVP, according to etiquette experts.
Most wedding and event professionals agree with me - you won't accomplish anything by out-tackying the person who was tasteless
Everyone asks about the bridezillas but in reality, there are far less bridezillas than there are crazy, high-maintenance guests. With wedding season in full-swing, the list of guest don'ts is much higher than the dos. Here are tips on how to be the perfect wedding guest.
You'll save on postage, but it won't necessarily increase your response rate.
Rise above any inappropriate or rude behavior of your guests, keep smiling, and be the gracious guests of honor that you wanted to be when you planned your wedding. Never let somebody else's rudeness bring you down on your big day.
Enough! Unless you're in the hospital or have just had a death in your immediate family, there is no excuse to no-show at a wedding. Ever. It's very rude.
The rules of wedding etiquette are constantly changing, making it difficult for modern brides, grooms and guests to find
We've all been guilty of being a sucky guest at one time or another (myself included) but here is a sure-fire way to never be that person again.
Months ago, Redditor GirlnTheOtherRm sent a wedding invitation to Nick Offerman, the actor who plays Ron Swanson on the NBC
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"I hear again and again that RSVPs cause more headaches during wedding planning than any number of champagne toasts. You’ll
@linzylouhoo: My RSVP date has passed and I've only received half. Is it OK to contact guests? #weddingetiquette Xochitl
But one Chicago-area couple -- Katie Kerr and Chris Sabino -- decided to up the ante with their RSVP card and let their awesomely