There are dozens and dozens of articles written about proper etiquette for weddings. How to address wedding invitations, who to invite to what, thank you cards, engagement parties, dealing with new family members and other important details to planning a wedding. But HERE! Here is an article I’ve been looking for for a while, and that is the proper etiquette of wedding guests! It’s not that you always have a ton of problems with your wedding guests, but there are usually a few in the bunch who make things more difficult for your or try to put themselves in the middle. And it’s not usually because they have something against you and your perfect wedding day…sometimes people just don’t think.
That’s one reason I love this article on wedding guest etiquette. It goes over several different points and just sort of reminds people how to act at a wedding. Seems juvenile, I know, but sometimes we all need a good reminder of what is proper and what isn’t. So here goes. Here is a point that is very near and dear to me, one that I had to deal with in my own wedding.
RSVP ASAP!!! Whether you say “I do” or “I don’t” to attending a wedding, mail back a response in a timely manner. The bride and groom are already stressed out planning a million other things to make their day perfect. They need a head count so that they can inform their caterer.
You can read the rest of these great wedding day etiquette tips here, check it out and let me know what you think!