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Wedding Etiquette: Postponing Wording

Wedding Etiquette: Wedding Postponement Wording

If you are planning on postponing your 2020 Summer Wedding due to COVID once you have secured a new date that would be the time to email all of your guests. ⠀ An email? Yes! Time is of the essence. ⠀ Remember to put all pertinent information like a new date, your wedding website The last thing you want to do is think about writing a thoughtful, yet very important email.  Below is a sample wedding postponement wording email to get your [...]

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6 Etiquette Tips to Keep in Mind this Labor Day Weekend

If you are asking your guests to bring a dish, you must be clear.  Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer, is one last time for a get-together with family and friends to celebrate what I hope was a wonderful summer.  If your weekend plans consist of a potluck or if you are hosting, here are six etiquette tips to keep in mind. Host: 1. If you are asking your guests to bring a dish, you must be clear as to [...]

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Etiquette Tip: Introductions

When attending an event should we always make the introduction? adobe photoshop software Eti­quette tells us when at an event never assume two peo­ple know each other.  Always make the intro­duc­tion.  The goal when mak­ing intro­duc­tions is to pro­vide infor­ma­tion about each other in order to give you a common ground to carry a conversation.

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Wedding Etiquette: Wedding Gift-Registry Etiquette

When it comes to the Wed­ding reg­istry wed­ding eti­quette states NEVER print where you are reg­is­tered on your wed­ding invitations. Ask your atten­dants and fam­ily mem­bers to spread the word on where you are reg­is­tered.  You can also put it on your wed­ding web­site or who­ever is host­ing your bridal shower can put the printed reg­istry cards in you shower invites.

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