If you’ve ever been in a wedding, you know a few of things are certain: you’ll be asked to wear the wedding party uniform; you’ll have to stand in front of the entire congregation through the ceremony; you’ll be expected to take the lead in getting the party started when the reception begins. However, there are a few things that might not seem so set in stone. Why? Every wedding–and every couple–is different. Generally reflective of the bride and groom’s personalities, weddings can range from laid-back and casual to super formal. No matter if the wedding is on a Satuday afternoon on the beach or on a Saturday night at a ritzy venue, there are a few do’s and don’ts that will always apply. Here, we establish a few ground rules for being a highly-regarded member of the wedding.
No matter the type of wedding, some rules always apply.