Summer is by far the season of the weddings and we should totally be ready for it with these basic do’s and don’ts that you will totally be able to relate to if you are an often wedding-attendee. Can’t wait to relate to them? Scroll down and read!
RSVP as soon as humanly possible. This will prevent the bride from panicking about the amount of food she has ordered for the catering. It doesn’t take that much of an effort to do it and it will save the bridesmaids from a serious bridezilla moment.
Bridesmaids wedding dresses deserve a whole chapter in our imaginary wedding book. Although it may happen that they are pretty, it might be that they don’t look very flattering on everyone. So please, pretend to love it. They are usually chosen by the bride and trust us, the bridesmaids may not like it either, so let’s avoid the awkward moment and “pretend to love it”, the bridesmaids will probably behave the same way.
The wedding hashtag issue. We are part of the hashtag era. Sorry not sorry, but you HAVE to use the pre-planned (corny) hashtag. Don’t be an outsider moaning about it like an old grandma, sitting lonely at the back of the room while everyone else starts to flock into the dance floor. Plus…you love hashtags and you know it.
Don’t walk around with your phone on the hand like you were waiting for the market to drop all of a sudden. Unless 1)You ARE actually a stock broker or 2)You are planning on posting something with the wedding hashtag. If you cannot directly relate to any of the two situations above, leave your phone inside your pretty clutch and talk to whoever is sitting next to you. Do not be an unsocial nugget.
Do not, by any chance, take off your shoes. EW. What were you thinking? There are too many comfy and pretty looking shoes to avoid this situation.
The fact that the wedding has an open bar, doesn't mean that you have to drink it all. Try to play it cool with a few glasses of wine, which look much more elegant than any cocktail that they can offer you at the bar. Less is more, always!