No Plus Ones? 14 Ways You’re Probably Messing Up Wedding Etiquette

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September 11, 2013 ‐ By Julia Austin
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Wedding etiquette is so intricate it’s easy to let your manners slip through some cracks. But just because you’re the bride, doesn’t mean you get to do whatever you want; some mistakes will make your guests feel slighted.

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  • Jodi Rives Meier

    For the love of God, fix “isle.” Just fix it right now.

  • Maile00

    If you are paying for everything AND most of the liquor. ..if you have to do a cash bar after the tab is used, so be it!

  • Ms. Blue

    Why can’t your guess drink during a Sunday wedding? People drink on Sunday all the time. Beer tailgating at a football game, Mimosas at brunch, etc. Duh! This is a dumb list.

    • hollyw

      I think she said not drinking too much b/c folks have to go to work the next day, esp. if it’s an evening reception…

  • Diana

    Some one please spell check and edit this piece. It is riddled with typos.

    • hollyw

      LOL I like how she kept using “isle” in reference to walking down the aisle smh…

  • Jontel

    OH GOODNESS POMP & CIRCUMSTANCE. JUST DO A DESTINATION WEDDING…..I’F YOU CAN AFFORD IT …….COME

  • chanela

    Ugh! Really? Save the date cards AND invitations? Bridal shower AND a bachelorette party? Rehearsal dinner? Wedding planning party?cake tasting party? Why is all of that necessary? Oh hell naw, that’s too much crap. I don’t even think I want bridesmaids.

    I’ve seen people have more unnecessary parties when they’re pregnant. Announcement parties,gender announcement parties and another one that I forgot besides the damn baby shower.smh