How to tactfully communicate “no children” at the wedding
This is tricky; for the most part the answer would be no- for a few reasons. Firstly you want the attention to be on you and your new spouse. Seeing an ex present may shift the focus and perhaps initiate chatter from the remaining guests. Even if you have a very amicable relationship with them, be realistic. You don’t want your new spouse to be to feel uncomfortable so unless you both have a great relationship with your ex, it would be wise to not invite them.
Do you need to feed the vendors?
Yes. Straight and simple, most vendors may stipulate that they are to be provided with a meal in their contracts. While you are not obligated to serve them alcoholic beverages, providing a meal while they are working at your wedding is a kind and polite gesture that will get your great service.
When to send out “Thank You” notes
5. Do I need to tip? How does it work?
Tipping can depend on where you live and, in some instances, is already included in your overall fee (especially when dealing with caterers or banquet
Should you ever propose at another wedding?
As romantic as it may sound, think of it as stealing the thunder from the couple who just got married. Clear it with them first and ga
Nothing can kill the moment more than being in the middle of your vows and someone’s cell starts playing the latest Beyonce club anthem. There are a couple of