Etiquette

  • In The Emily Post Institute's latest book, Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette: 6th Edition, Emily's great-great-granddaughters Anna and Lizzie Post tackle modern-day wedding questions that the original etiquette expert never could've dreamed about

  • Guests are (finally) starting to send back their RSVP cards for your wedding, and, much to your disappointment, it seems like most of them have checked the “No” box. What gives? 

  • Planning a wedding with your partner in crime will be one of the most exciting times in your life (thus far). 

  • The following photo posted on Reddit of a guest popping the question to his girlfriend at someone else's wedding has elicited a firestorm of wrath online

  • It’s our Big Fashion Issue — packed with some of the most beautiful, hot-off-the-runway gowns as well as chic bridesmaids’ dresses and dazzling accessories.

  • For decades, there have been lists of “don’t do this” and “do this” given out to brides for their weddings. The rules seem to change with every season that passes, but there are a few myths out there that couples need not worry about

  • Welcome to our latest installment of "Ask the Experts," where our contributor team of wedding planners solves readers' most pressing wedding-planning dilemmas! This week, Kristin Alexander from Esoteric Events and Claire Gordon from Claire Gordon Events weigh in on the sticky subject of plus-ones

  • Up-to-the-nanosecond tips from esteemed etiquette experts Anna and Lizzie Post.

  • While you may want to invite the entire world, venue space and your budget will most likely impose the need to limit your guest list to a specific number of people. Below are six tips to help you decide who should share in your special day.

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