(Closed) “Wediquette” by Mindy Weiss

posted 8 years ago in Photos/Videos
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Helper bee

Didn’t watch the clip but agreed with the written responses.

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Busy bee

I agree with the responses as well.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I mostly agree, although I tend to feel like wedding etiquette mavens make everything sound too easy… Visiting every table for “just” 5-10 minutes will take up to 2 hours if you have 12 tables, for instance, and that may or may not be viable. And I hate to think of the fallout when that couple tells their parents’ friends that they aren’t invited to the wedding, even though they’re hosting an engagement party! But she makes it sound like if they just explain nicely, it’ll be fine. One of the things I like about Weddingbee is that the hive knows that there aren’t always easy answers, and sometimes there’s nothing you can do about offending people!

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

@worcesterbride   That is exactly why we are doing a small destination wedding. We didn’t want to spend the entire reception walking from table to talbe. By have only 40 guests (no seating chart, gasp!) we can spend the night having fun with everyone 🙂

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Sugar bee

I did mostly agree with these comments.  We didn’t do a receiving line but visited all of the tables.  Granted we had a smaller wedding (86 guests), but I found that a lot easier than dealing with a receiving line.

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