3 Etiquette Tips To Follow For Your Wedding

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There are a few etiquette tips you need to follow when planning your wedding.

Planning a wedding can be a strenuous and time-consuming process that involves coordinating several elements.  Creating a guest list, sending out invitations, hiring vendors are just a few of the tasks you need to complete for your wedding.  When planning your wedding, it is critical that you know to communicate with everyone respectfully and practice proper etiquette.  The last thing you want is to offend several of your guests or one of your vendors. Luckily, there are few wedding etiquette tips you can follow.

Know When To Post Your Engagement

Getting an engaged is an exciting time for you and your significant other, and it can be hard to keep the news to yourself.  However, before you post the news on social media, you need to tell the important people in your life first. You should tell your parents and any siblings in person that you are engaged.  Once the important people in your life are told in person or over the phone, then you can post on social media. After everyone has congratulated you, then you want to make a post thanking them for all of the love and support.  

Don’t Make Your Guests Wait

When planning your wedding, you want to make sure there is a quick transition between the ceremony and cocktail hour.  You want to avoid your guests waiting and getting hungry while the reception is setting up. If the reception is at the same site as the wedding, then you want the bar to be set up and appetizers being passed out shortly after the reception is over.  If the reception is at a different location than the ceremony, then you want to ensure guests can be transported in a time efficient manner.

Take Care Of Your Wedding Party

Your friends and family are committing their time and money to be apart of your wedding party, so you need to show your appreciation.  You want to create a relaxing and drama-free experience when coordinating your wedding. You should give each member of your bridesmaids and groomsmen a small token to show your appreciation, such as a watch, necklace or cufflink.

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