wediquette :: flowers

During Queen Victoria’s reign in the Victorian era, publication of The Language of Flowers initiated flowers as a language through which lovers communicated. Since then, multiple publications have detailed “floriography” and the result is each...

wediquette :: venues

One of the foundational elements of every wedding event is the location. Get the foundation right, and everything else will follow. The wedding ceremony and wedding reception location will help emphasize the magic, character, and...

wediquette :: wedding invitations

A wedding invitation usually includes an outer envelope and an inner envelope. The outer envelope displays the post office mailing information and contains the inner envelope and the invitation. The inner envelope displays the name...

wediquette :: wedding music

The first question you should ask yourself is what style and flavor of music do you want for your ceremony? • Wedding ceremonies will often dictate the course of music and styling for this decision....

wediquette :: catering choices

Eating is a celebration in itself, especially at a wedding reception. Your guests may not remember many of the small details of the wedding, but they will remember a good meal. As with many parts...

wediquette :: the bar and alcohol

There is a general consensus that cash bars (where guests pay for their own alcohol drinks) are not very good etiquette. You should look at your guests as your guests, not paying customers. For example,...

wediquette :: videography

A wedding video is a “visual heirloom” – something to be cherished and watched again and again. It becomes more treasured year after year. Survey research shows the importance brides put on video. After the...

wediquette :: toasts

There are generally two wedding occasions where formal toasts will be made – the rehearsal dinner and the wedding reception. Though there are many people who may participate in the wedding toasts, it is important...