Etiquette

Etiquette: Wedding Communications Part 1

With all the different events and announcements that go into a wedding, it is difficult for some couples to know how to properly go about dealing with everything. As far as wedding communication, there is a clear and concise difference between each facet, which can include engagement announcements, save-the-dates, wedding invitations, and wedding announcements. With
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Etiquette: The Wedding No’s

Wedding season is here and chances are that; a) you have at least one invitation on your kitchen counter or b) you’re getting ready for your big day. If you fit into the latter category – what are you doing reading this? You need to be hustling, you are way behind… Now, we would all
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Etiquette: Wedding Stationery Etiquette

This will help you along the way with basic stationery guidelines for wedding announcements. WEDDING STATIONERY TIPS Announce your wedding: Send out Save-the-Date cards. These cards provide you with the perfect way to let your friends and family know about your upcoming wedding.  Anticipation Save The Date Cards: Your guests will know to anticipate something
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Etiquette: Etiquette for Addressing Inner and Outer Envelopes

If you have ordered your wedding invitations already, you have probably noticed that there are two different envelopes to use.  First, there is the outer envelope used for mailing.  Everything else goes inside this envelope.  Names and addresses are to be completely spelled out; no abbreviations are to be used.  The wording can either be
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Etiquette: Proper Etiquette for a Traditional Receiving Line

Most newlywed couples prefer to have the receiving line immediately following the ceremony and not at the reception venue.  Most churches and other wedding sites will have an area large enough to accommodate the traditional receiving line. Based on the custom of the wedding being hosted by the bride’s parents, the traditional order of the
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Budget: Everyday Etiquette – Bridesmaids & Expenses

Question: Who pays for the bridesmaids dresses? Tammy The Everyday Etiquette Answer: Dear Tammy, Traditionally, the bridesmaids and maid/matron of honor pay for their dresses. With this in mind, being considerate of their budgets is very important. If you find a dress you really love and it is expensive, maybe you can help pay for
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