Weddings can be very special. Or they can be a nightmare. You never want to be the one to put a strain on someone’s big day.
Wedding planning can be stressful and couples often forget about themselves. They can make a lot of mistakes along the way when planning. It is important guests appreciate them and not pin point out their mistakes.
Below is 10 Things wedding guest should never do.
Get Engaged: Stealing the show and putting on your own proposal during someone else’s big day should never happen and guests should never do.
Wear a White Dress: Bride isn’t going to be pleased when she sees another white person in the audience on her special day. Guests should never wear white.
Show Up Late: When it comes to weddings, even a few minutes past the time on your invite could result in you stealing attention away from the bride and groom.
Complain about Anything: Complaining bout anything to do with the wedding. Whether it’s too hot or your food isn’t up to good, keep your opinions to yourself. Bride and groom spend months or years planning for the perfect wedding.
Be On Your Phone During the Ceremony: Having lots of phones out takes away from the magic of the moment. The bride and groom hired a professional photographer, so don’t need guests taking pictures.
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Get too drunk: Spending all your time sipping on free wine and beer. Too much alcohol could lead to doing plenty of wrong things.
Bring a Plus One: If you didn’t get a plus one on your wedding invite, don’t randomly bring one on the day of the wedding. The bride and groom carefully planned to make sure there are enough seats and meals for everyone.
Ask for Seconds: When you’re at someone’s wedding, enjoy what’s on your plate and don’t ask for more. Providing meals for everyone is super expensive.
Bother the Bride: The Bride has a lot on her mind and is probably already stressed out enough, so the last thing she wants to do is help you with your situation.
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Post Any Pictures of the Bride on Social Media: Guests should never post pictures of the bride and groom before them. Don’t ruin that magical moment for them, wait to post your pictures after the ceremony.
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