Much is written about etiquette for the bride and groom, but little is mentioned about etiquette for wedding guests, yet the conduct of guests can create unnecessary stress before the wedding and on the wedding day. Following are issues for wedding guests to consider that will make the wedding experience more pleasant for everyone involved.
Weddings are always such special days. Gifts are often given not only at the wedding, but often at an engagement shower and a bridal shower. How can you make your gifts look special?
Spring has finally sprung, which means allergies, taxes, and the dreaded onset of "and guest" anxiety (otherwise known as wedding season). For those who have never been exposed, "and guest" anxiety is a panic attack induced in single people who receive wedding invitations addressed to them "and guest."
Did you know that a recent survey discovered that public speaking is the number one fear in a person's life and rated above death? Well I have to admit that I used to belong to that group, but nowadays I have started to enjoy public speaking due to some simple tips I will share with you, and of course because of much practice I have had these last years. I still get butterflies in my stomach right before I start talking, but once I start, I forget all about it.
Over the centuries, many romantic situations have been enhanced when one of the parties to the affair was able to augment his meager words with those from one more articulate. During the event of a wedding, there are numerous opportunities for the use of custom-written speeches and toasts. In many instances this can turn an ordinary event into an extraordinary one!