Etiquette, Planning Tips

What to Do When Your Future Mother-in-Law Insists You Take Lessons for Your First Dance

So you think you can dance? If the answer is no, you might want to listen to your mother-in-law and book a few lessons.

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Etiquette, Gay Marriage

Do You Have to Invite Unsupportive Family Members to Your Same-Sex Wedding?

Short answer: You should only invite guests who wish you and your future spouse happiness and joy.

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Etiquette

The Best Ways to Spread the News About Your Wedding Hashtag

Throw an #epic wedding by making sure all your guests know your social media hashtag.

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Etiquette

The Best Role to Give a Little Sister Who Is Too Old to Be a Flower Girl and Too Young to Be a Bridesmaid

Junior bridesmaids may just have the best gig in the wedding.

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Etiquette

How to Create a Travel Contingency Plan for Wedding Guests

Don't let a sudden storm keep guests away from your wedding day.

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Etiquette

How to Keep A Four-Legged Ring Bearer from Running Away with Your Rings

A pup as your bearer is beyond adorable...until he takes off with your wedding bands!

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Etiquette

What to Do When There's Rain in the Forecast for Your Outdoor Reception (and You Don't Have a Backup Plan)

Don't let a light drizzle dampen your big day. There are plenty of ways to secure a back-up solution last-minute!

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Etiquette

What to Do When Your Wedding Vendor Quits at the Last Minute

It's every brides worst nightmare, but it doesn't have to be as bad as it seems!

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Etiquette

What to Do When Your Fiancé Still Hasn't Chose His Groomsmen (and Your Wedding Is Fast Approaching)

Sometimes the groom can be too relaxed about wedding planning.

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Budget, Etiquette, Favors & Gifts

How Much Is Too Much to Spend on a Wedding Gift?

Because not everyone can afford to splurge on that Tiffany's registry...

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