Ever scratch your head over the idea of a bridal shower, especially when it comes to etiquette? I know I sure did, and I may have done a few faux pas things, although I tried really hard to not go against the grain, and for all involved to be happy. Well, today we are happy to share some tips that were sent over to us, to share with all of you! Read on to see if you agree, don't agree, and if you have a few other suggestions yourself. Feel free to leave a comment after the article.
Your big day is coming up soon, and you're knee-deep in wedding magazines, photographer business cards, websites filled with restaurant reviews for your rehearsal dinner and brochures for wedding venues. While you're distracted with the minutiae of details that surround your wedding day, your bridesmaids and friends are working on your bridal shower. In all of the excitement, you may miss out on a few important etiquette details concerning the bridal shower. You don't want to upset the people who have spent a considerable amount of time, money and energy setting up something special for you. After all, a recent American Express survey indicates the average wedding guest forks out $539 for a wedding. Avoid turning their experience into one worthy of Bridezilla by keeping major etiquette faux pas in mind.