How To Be A Delightful Wedding Guest: 13 Do’s and Don’ts

by Azure

Wedding season is here and I for one have an extra special big day to attend this weekend. I'm doing a reading (and hope I don't trip or trip over my words!), and want to make the bride and groom proud! Chances are you also have a wedding coming up, so you may be wondering how to be the best guest you can be. Wonder no more, because we've got you covered! Read on to learn what it takes to be a delightful wedding guest... DO RSVP. Duh! This is a no brainer right? Well any...

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Instant Gratification or Jumping the Gun? When Wedding Guests Snap & Share

by Azure

I probably had four or five Facebook friends tie the knot this weekend. And you know what kind of updates were inundating my feed? Photos and videos of the happy couples' most intimate moments, captured on guests' iPhones and Androids. Ah, the digital age... I can understand why guests do this. They're excited and proud to be part of the special day. But when you're focused on snapping away throughout the ceremony and reception, you're not fully able to take in all the beauty of the...

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Guests: Remember They Hired a Pro Photographer for a Reason

by Azure

As wedding season heats up, and my Facebook feed is filled with wedding updates, photos and comments about couples who have literally JUST tied the knot, I thought it was important to share again a priceless piece on wedding photography etiquette for guests, by New York photographer Casey Fatchett. Here's the first commandment wedding guests must follow: Do NOT Tweet, Facebook, or share in any way pictures of the bride before the ceremony. And you'll find more dirty details...

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Top Tips for Wedding Guests: 15 Do’s and Don’ts

by Azure

Our fabulous friends at Glamour.com asked us to share our thoughts on the biggest wedding guest Do's and Don'ts. They tapped other experts, like Vané of Brooklyn Bride, and compiled a list of the top 15 do's and don'ts for wedding guests. 1. DO Rsvp: Pay attention to the deadline on the wedding invitation. As soon as you know your reply, pop it in the mail. 2. DON'T Assume +1: Unless it says 'and guest' on the invitation, only you are invited to attend. And DON’T call the bride...

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