13 Etiquette Tips for Wedding Season
With peak wedding season just around the corner, and the magic of the recent royal wedding to inspire us, we’ve decided to give you a few quick tips on wedding guest etiquette. These tried-and-true tips can be vouched for by any etiquette expert and will help you if you’re nervous about the start of wedding season.
It doesn’t take much to be an ideal wedding guest — just know that it’s a day to celebrate the bride and groom, and it’s your job as a guest is to do everything in your power to make sure they’re having the best day possible. Here are some tips for ways to be an exemplary wedding guest.
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RSVP as soon as possible
Couples spend so much time designing beautiful wedding invitations that it’s tempting to affix it to a notice board, or your fridge, and admire it for a few days before responding. While a healthy appreciation for beautiful stationary is admirable, you should do your best to get your RSVP in the mail as soon as you possibly can. That way, the hosts will know exactly how many people to plan for and can budget accordingly. Don’t make the couple reach out to remind you — have your RSVP in the mail a maximum of 15 days after getting the invitation.