Wedding Thank-you Notes

Here are Wedding Thank-you notes etiquette advice from Emily Post:
There is nothing more appreciated than a lovely handwritten thank-you note. Some tips from Peggy Post on turning this obligation into a pleasure not a chore.
When should notes be written?
Contrary to popular myth, the happy couple does not have a year’s grace period. All thank you [...]

Wedding Web Site – Keep your Wedding Guests Informed with a Personal Web site

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It seems that weddings have been dragged into the digital age. Having your own personal wedding web site has never been so popular and an increasing number of couples sign up for one every year.
So why should you have a web site for your wedding? Well they are a perfect way of keeping [...]

DIY Wedding Website – PayPal Honeymoon Registry

Weddingbee has a story explaining how to build your own registry website, since all of the honeymoon registry sites charge around 7-10% for the service, either to you or the gift giver.

Wedding Etiquette – Your Most Common Wedding Etiquette Dilemmas Solved!

As one of the biggest and most potentially stressful events of your life, getting engaged and subsequently planning a wedding brings with it an onslaught of questions. As times change and weddings evolve, traditional rules of etiquette have followed suit, only adding to the confusion.

To gain perspective, first understand that “etiquette” is above all about treating people with courtesy and making them feel comfortable. When an etiquette question arises, consider the feelings of those who will be affected. To steer you through the fog of questions, I’ve compiled a quick look at the top five most common wedding etiquette dilemmas: Family Etiquette, Invitation Etiquette, Gift Etiquette, Attire Etiquette and The Cash Bar Issue.