Sunday, October 23, 2016

Wedding Etiquette: Wear Your Attitude

It's been almomst a year since I've been married (Wedding posts featured on Bridestory, read it here), and as I'm attending lots of weddings in a coming week, I thought I share a few tips...


Trust me, there is nothing more frustrating than trying to track down guests to see if they are attending the wedding or not! Simply text the bride and groom your rsvp, it would means a lot!

2. Don't Wear White

Traditionally only the bride wears white, only if you want to be the attention whore who wants to steal her spotlight. It's natural to want to look your best at an event, but wearing white is considered rude. Make sure the bride is okay with it first before you showing up in white to the wedding. There are ways to dress beautifully so that the bride can shine on her special day. Remember to RESPECT.

3. Bringing Other Guests

Wedding Crashers? Please NO! Personally, I would ask the bride and groom before showing up with an uninvited guest.

4. Don't be Late

Just be on time.

Keep in mind that everyone is different, and not one wedding is the same. Keep these tips in mind and I hope you enjoy the wedding season!


  1. An interesting idea, but it's not the best place that would marry. This event, which must remain in our memory as the brightest day of your life. I remember when I met with a sad girl We have a long time to build relationships and I began to notice that it blooms like a flower when she near me. I decided to make a beautiful wedding that would strengthen our relationship.

  2. You guys are the CUTEST. Give that hubby of yours a squeeze from the girls in Toronto!! Xo


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