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This rad pop-up wedding had glitter, sequins, and huge rainbow mural LOVE

Approximately one bazillionty wedding dress code wording examples (some with dinosaurs!)

Here are approximately one bazillionty samples of wedding dress code wording — everything from short and sweet, to elaborate and nerdy. We’re covering everything from casual outdoor weddings to costume weddings and everything in between.

Steal this idea: BOOM POW comic book wedding signs for guests

Offbeat Brides are always looking for ways to involve their wedding guests in the ceremony — well, OTHER than getting out their cell phones. If you’re looking for guest participation ideas, we love this cute inspo from Christopher & Kevin’s Batman vs. Mr. Freeze heroes and villains wedding: they passed out comic book inspired signs that said things like BOOM! POW! ZAMMM! that guests held up during the ceremony.

Thoughtful covid wedding announcement wording for uninvited guests

I’m the mother of the bride — I want to send out an announcement about my daughter’s wedding, but I want to include a simple statement of why the recipient was not invited due to concerns about covid and social distancing. Can you help me with some wording examples?

A quirky rooftop elopement in Las Vegas (with special guest Chewbacca!)

I had a microwedding, here’s how I minimized hurt feelings from guests

I only had a dozen guests at my wedding. For those of you who may also be having tiny microweddings due to Covid, here’s my advice for how to talk to guests who weren’t invited and may be dealing with hurt feelings…

Gay wedding etiquette rules every guest should follow

Pronouns & assumptions: Gay wedding etiquette rules every guest should follow

Maybe you’re a seasoned pro at attending same-sex weddings or maybe they’re a new concept for you, and you don’t want to be responsible for any awkwardness on someone’s wedding day. It’s easy to fall prey to a faux pas when it comes to saying the right things. Understand that the basics, love and respect, remain the same for both straight and LGBTQ weddings.

Here are six gay wedding etiquette rules that will make you the couple’s favorite…

I am planning a pre-invitation survey to get a guest list headcount. Will this work?

I am planning a pre-invitation survey to get a guest list headcount. Will this work?

I have been scouring all the posts and comments threads about RSVPs and guest lists, and haven’t seen an answer to a tricky question. How do you deal with guest list ambiguity when you live in an extremely expensive area, 2/3 of your desired invites are from out of town, and venues require guaranteed minimums on catering?

Is it over okay to make a survey for your friends and family to gauge best-guesses for will they/won’t theys for a wedding a year and a half or two years away?