Even if you don't know them, you should invite them in case they'll be invited to all future family get-togethers!Read more ››
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My Parents Want Me To Invite My Sister's Future In-Laws to My Wedding, But I Don't Know Them. Thoughts?
Definitely avoid asking someone else to stand in at the last minute—they will feel second best!Read more ››
Anyone can walk you down the aisle, even a friend or a pet!Read more ››
This recent trend is not something that most etiquette experts approve of!Read more ››
If he doesn't mind, then embrace the chance to lead your own social life.Read more ››
There is no way to assign sides when there are two brides or two grooms, so same-sex couples can assign guests a side arbitrarily if they would like.Read more ››
One of My Bridesmaids Wants to Change for the Wedding Reception. Can I Ask Her to Stay in Her Bridesmaid Dress?
She may have an issue with the dress you picked out. Ask her what's up and how you can help fix it!Read more ››
It's totally dependent on the couple, but if it's your husband's parents, he should be the one to talk to them.Read more ››
Not necessarily! If you're close to the bride-to-be, you may want to find a way to send congratulations, though.Read more ››