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6 Social Media Rules for Engaged Couples

Did you get engaged over the holidays? Congratulations! No doubt you’re still on cloud nine and soaking up the well wishes of those you love you. We hope you’ll take a peek at our tips for newly engaged couples at ...

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Confused by your place setting? Check this chart before you eat

We’ve all been here: You take your seat at a wedding, formal restaurant, or other event, and the place setting looks foreign. Too many forks, extra glasses … where do you start? Find out in this handy inforgraphic from Liberty ...

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Rehearsal Dinner Basics

It’s the preview of the big day, a sneak peek of what’s to come. When it comes to your rehearsal dinner you might have questions. Here are the most commonly asked questions about rehearsal dinners. When Is the Rehearsal Dinner ...

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Who Gets a Tip on Your Wedding Day?

It’s standard to tip for good service, whether you’re eating out, getting a haircut, or hailing a cab. But which wedding vendors get tips on your wedding day? Follow these guidelines from the Emily Post Institute for wedding day tipping. ...

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3 Etiquette Tips for Destination Weddings

We love destination weddings – they’re at exotic, exciting locations, sometimes tropical, sometimes not. No matter where you’re planning your destination wedding, remember these special etiquette rules. Invitations Invitations should be sent out two to three months in advance, but ...

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Etiquette Tips for Saying “I Do” Again

Saying I Do Again

Getting married again? Congratulations! As you plan your wedding, you might have some questions about how this wedding differs from your first. Here are some common etiquette questions you might have. Can I wear white? Contrary to popular belief, you ...

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Who Pays for What?

There used to be rules about who paid for what at a wedding. The bride and groom’s families each paid for certain parts of the wedding, and let’s be honest: Most of the cost fell to the bride’s family. These ...

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Giving Thanks: How to Write and Send Thank You Cards

The honeymoon is over, the gifts are open, and you’re settling into married life. Before you can totally move beyond your wedding day, there’s one more important task for you and your new spouse: Thank you cards. Think about it: ...

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Etiquette 101: Tips for Guests

We’ve spent the last several weeks looking at etiquette guidelines for the bride and groom — but guests aren’t totally off the hook. There are things guests can do to make the wedding go smoothly for the happy couple. Here ...

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Etiquette 101: Sticky Situations

Whether it’s divorced parents who are still at war or an aunt who insists your cousin should be one of the bridesmaids, there are many tricky situations that can arise while you’re planning your wedding. Here’s some advice from Emily ...

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