Special Occasions

by Rachelle Von Anders on March 19, 2010

in Wedding Etiquette

Everyone can agree that special occasions definitely have a special, permanent storage place in the hard drives that are our brains, right? All the event’s attendees remember what everyone was wearing, what was served, where the venue was and who drank too much and made a fool out of themselves out on the dance floor (deny it all you want, but, we have all been that person once or twice…or more).

Now that we have all agreed that special occasions are memorable, do you understand the importance of being on your best behavior at that special occasion? Let those memories your fellow special occasion attendees have of you be not so vivid – usually, having good manners makes it so you don’t stand out, which in the manners department, is a good thing. You do not want to be sloppy and rude and have everyone asking the host, “What is it with that person?” and, on the other end of the scale, you do not want to be the “so sugary sweet and polite you make people want to puke with your obviously fake goodness” type either.

That is where this subset section on special occasions comes in to save the day. Sometimes, life throws you a curveball, but, we’re here to help with:

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Gay Wedding Etiquette

Small Wedding Etiquette

Catholic Wedding Etiquette

Military Wedding Etiquette

French Wedding Etiquette

Southern Wedding Etiquette

British Wedding Etiquette

Greek Wedding Etiquette

Morning Wedding Etiquette

Outdoor Wedding Etiquette

Batter up!

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