7 Etiquette for your wedding that never gets old [PART 1]

by Bruidsgids

Written by: Kiss n Bliss 

As everything changes, wedding etiquettes also change, as we adapt. Fear not, you don’t have to figure out these changes by yourself. We are here to help you, so here are a few of those all-important rules to guide you.

1.Think before you post …

When you get engaged, you want to share the excitement with the whole world. But, how about sharing it with those closest to you, first? After all, your family and friends would enjoy hearing the big news from you and your future spouse.

A good rule-of-thumb would be to share the news first with those who will play a role in your wedding.

2. You don’t have to invite everyone

Although you might think that you have to invite all and everyone that you know, you really don’t. Just because you were at someone else’s wedding, doesn’t mean that they have to be at your wedding too. You can invite the people that is most special to you, those that you want to be a part of your special day.

3.Embrace being inclusive

You should include those that you invite to your wedding, in the rest of your wedding celebrations. If you don’t want to do that and keep your guest list exclusive to the people close to you, it would be nice to have some sort of post-wedding festivities.

These three rules are not the only ones to keep in mind, so be on the lookout. In our next post, we will share the rest of the rules to help keep the stress about what should shouldn’t be done, at bay.

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