As a guest, you're there to celebrate, so it's important to be mindful and put yourself in other's shoes. How do you feel if someone shows up to your all-white dress code wedding wearing red? Don't assume that doing small things like bringing a plus one or your middle child is not a big deal, because it is. Before you make anyone uncomfortable on their wedding day, make sure you're following these guest etiquette:
Follow dress code
No matter what the dress code is... FOLLOW IT! We can't stress this enough. No, you can't pass that one little thing, because yes, people do care. It's also a sign or respect to the couple and occasion to comply with the dress code accordingly.
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Don't show up early or late
Being late is a sign of poor manners anywhere, especially at weddings. Usually, weddings are run in a specific time and order to have the ceremony done as planned. Showing up late means you disturb plans, big no. Showing early is also a big no because most likely you will be walking into last-minute pre-wedding chaos the couple doesn't want you to see. The time of the wedding is set and planned for a reason, please follow it!
Send a gift
Just like any other occasion, weddings require gifts. This applies if you're going to the wedding or not! If you're not sending a gift, it's important to send your congratulations. However, sending the gift, it always best.
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