Wedding Etiquette

A groom being a gentleman to his partner |

6 Ways to be a Gentleman

25/01/16 • For The Groom

To be a man you must be swift as the coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, but to be a gentleman is little bit more difficult. On your wedding day your partner will expect you to be refined and proper. So come and enrol in Confetti’s School of Etiquette and learn how… read more

The Benefit of Allowing Children at Your Wedding |

The Benefit of Allowing Children at Your Wedding

16/09/15 • Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

There’s so much content on the web and in magazines about why you shouldn’t let children attend your wedding, but not very much support for those brides and grooms who want children to be a part of their day! Here’s the benefit of allowing children at your wedding: Helloooo, Flower Girl & Page Boy Unless… read more

How to have an unplugged wedding |

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

Golf course bride and groom photo courtesy of Fabulous Wedding Photography |

5 Things You Should Never do at Your Reception

11/09/15 • Wedding Receptions

Things You Should Never do at Your Reception On the day you say “I do”, there are still some things you should never do at your reception. From getting accidentally drunk to attempting to go to the loo on your own in a ball gown, here’s my quick list to keep you out of trouble on… 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

Go Away Bunting |

Phrases to Use on Overbearing Family

11/04/15 • Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning

Wedding planning can be stressful enough without the added difficulty of people shoving their noses in where they’re neither wanted nor needed, however good their intentions. It makes your job ten times harder when you find yourself having to let people’s suggestions down…especially if said people are easily offended. So how do you politely tell… 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


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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