Wedding Etiquette

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Loss of Wedding Traditions

16/05/16 • News, Press Releases, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Planning

Fascinating findings from our latest survey of 2,000 brides and grooms-to-be show not just a fall but a loss of wedding traditions being followed today. Fewer couples now choose to carry a lucky silver sixpence, jump over the broom or toss the garter. The survey findings show today’s brides and grooms are now choosing to follow just… read more

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15 Things Not to Say to the Bride

10/01/16 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

Some things are better left unsaid—things that will cause the bride no small level of anguish, things that will make her feel awkward, and other things that are downright rude and will show you to have all the tact of an eggplant. Make sure you don’t put a bride, a friend, in the position of… read more

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How to Have an Unplugged Wedding

15/09/15 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Planning

Considering having an unplugged wedding? Here’s exactly how to achieve it! Unplugged Wedding: The trend where wedding guests are asked to refrain from using mobile devices to take photos and videos at a wedding ceremony and/or reception. How to Go Unplugged 1. Notify your guests beforehand For any unplugged wedding to be a success, the… read more

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5 Wedding Reception Etiquette Tips

16/04/15 • Wedding Budget & Costs, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

No one wants to be the rude annoying guest at a wedding. Even worse, no one wants to be rude and annoying toward their guests. To assist you and ensure you put your best foot forward on your big day, we’re sharing five of the best wedding reception etiquette tips. Remember: every wedding is unique and should… read more

13 ways to annoy your wedding guests

13 Ways To Annoy Your Wedding Guests

27/03/15 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

Weddings are a celebration that includes more than just you and your spouse to be. It’s a time for you to share your love and commitment to one another surrounded by your nearest and dearest, which is why making your wedding guests feel appreciated and involved on the day is paramount. With all the excitement… read more

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How NOT to use social media when wedding planning

10/02/15 • Wedding Etiquette

Social media is an excellent tool when it comes to organising your Big Day. With endless amounts of information, inspiration and advice at your finger tips, on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest – where better to start? However it’s easy for obsessive habits to develop, traditions to be lost and privacy and feelings to… read more

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Social Media Wedding Etiquette

05/02/15 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

There’s nothing more exciting than logging on to Facebook and seeing that someone you know is engaged or has just gotten married. Whether they are your best friend or an acquaintance, we can’t help but want to know every little detail about their Big Day and shamelessly pour through all the photos! Images courtesy of Leanne… read more

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How to Mingle your Single Friends on your Wedding Day

09/12/14 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Planning

What makes a great wedding?  It’s not all about the venue, the room décor or the food, and while the wedding entertainment is important it isn’t the only factor to consider when creating a fabulous atmosphere. The people who attend are what help to make a wedding great.  Your guest list is no doubt a combination… read more

Table Setting

Place Setting Guide: The Correct Way To Lay A Table

12/08/14 • Occasions, Room & Table Decorations, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning, Wedding Receptions

Ever been unsure about any aspect of table setting? Check out the traditional way to set a formal table… read more

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Arch of Swords at a Military Wedding Ceremony

11/12/13 • Wedding Etiquette, Wedding Planning

Confetti investigates the tradition of sword arches in modern military weddings. Add a dashing touch of pageantry on the day you marry. What could be more delightful and dramatic, when you’ve just exchanged vows with a gorgeous man in uniform, than a walk under an arch of swords? This ancient tradition, also known as an arch of… read more


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