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The 10 Things a Bridesmaid Should Never Do — But Always Unknowingly Does

Eimear Lynch, author of The Bridesmaids, breaks down the rules every 'maid should follow.

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Tuesday, 5/20/2014 at 1:00PM
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6 Wedding Traditions You Shouldn't Feel Bad About Skipping

Even wedding-day rules are meant to be broken!

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Wednesday, 4/23/2014 at 2:00PM
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From Black Tie to Casual: Wedding Guest Dress Code Explained

What's the difference between black tie and formal? We're breaking down what guests should wear when.

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Tuesday, 4/1/2014 at 2:00PM
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The Ultimate Guide to the Wedding Processional Order

Our easy-to-follow guide to the ceremony processional.

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Wednesday, 3/19/2014 at 4:00PM
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3 New Wedding Planning Books We're Loving Right Now

Take some of the stress out of wedding planning with the help of these handy guides.

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Wednesday, 3/19/2014 at 11:00AM
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The Ultimate Guide to Tipping Wedding Vendors

Who should you tip — along with how, how much, and when.

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Thursday, 3/13/2014 at 2:00PM
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The Wedding Etiquette Rules Every Engaged Girl Should Know

Once the engagement dust settles, you'll want to take note of these must-follow etiquette rules.

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Thursday, 2/13/2014 at 10:00AM
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Should My Fiancé's "Groomswoman" Attend His Bachelor Party?

In a word: Yes! Read on to find out why.

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Monday, 1/6/2014 at 8:30AM

Daddy Issues

Our first-ever guide to handling the oft-overlooked but very important "other" man in your life. Now you'll be better prepared to tackle Dad's pre-wedding behavior (why is he suddenly always in the garage?), not to mention his "day of" wardrobe. Plus, a special section to help with his big toast. Read more ››

Speech Therapy

Offer your father-of-the-bride toast as guests sit down for the first course—this will help keep the reception flowing smoothly. Since you won't be the only person giving a speech (the floor should be offered to the groom's parents next, followed by the best man and maid of honor), make sure to limit your time to five minutes, tops. If you're a gifted public speaker with lots of charisma, have at it. But if you need a little help in the speech-making department, use our can't-fail template. Read more ››
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