It’s not always just the happy couple who feels jitters as the day X approaches. Sometimes, the guests share the uneasy feeling about the ceremony and following the etiquette. Even what to write in a wedding card can be a struggle. Before you start overthinking the whole process, here are the suggestions to help you …

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Groom Tuxedo Do's and Don'ts with Groom doing the Do's

The men can be lost and the women aren’t familiar. It’s important to brush up on all the details behind the groom’s gear before the main event – and before you decide on the final ensemble. Thankfully, we’re here to make it easy for you! Just because he slips on the tux, doesn’t mean it’s …

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A lot of planning goes into your big day. But just because you’ve tied the knot doesn’t mean that you’re done with wedding tasks. There’s still plenty to do after you’ve said, “I do.” Within the first year of your newly minted marriage, you’ll still have a long list of items that need to be …

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If you’re planning your wedding, you know there are a lot of traditions and etiquette rules to follow. Etiquette rules were put in place to help people navigate communication and social interactions. But, let’s face it: some of these social rules are outdated. Weddings are planned a little differently now. Here’s what you need to …

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1. How can I let people know where I’m registered?  Word of mouth is really only the “proper” way to inform people where you are registered. You really must wait until they ask you or other family members. All friends and family members should be told where you are registered so they can inform others when asked. Today, it is …

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