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From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

The wedding invitation from your best friend or colleague has arrived recently and you are already thinking about etiquette and matching wedding gift? Do not worry! Being a perfect wedding guest is not as complicated as you think. You should just follow a few rules of manners and pay attention to these 10 important no-go’s from our little wedding knight. The rest is just a decent dose of good humor and a lot of true affection for the bridal couple.

# 1 No Go: Wear a white dress or costume

Never attract a woman, but never a white dress or costume, if you are on a different wedding than your own. Because it is probably an unwritten law that white is reserved only for the bride. If you look radiant in white, you can steal the show from the bride and ruin her best day in life.

From the Wedding Knigge: White is a definite taboo for wedding guests!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 2 No Go: confuse the wedding with nightclub

Also too extravagant evening dresses and too deep necklines have lost nothing at a wedding. Try to dress elegantly but moderately and not necessarily attract everyone’s attention with your outfit. It is a very important day for the newlyweds and therefore you should not behave as the third most important person at the party.

And yes! This applies to relatives and good friends of the bride or groom as well.

Too much sexiness is simply out of place at a wedding

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!


# 3 No Go: Turn up in black

Black is the second color, according to wedding nickname, that does not fit into a wedding. Especially if you have a long black dress on, this gives a dull mood on this bright day and seems somehow inappropriate. Even the little black girl can stay quietly in the cupboard for the occasion. If you want to wear black at a wedding, then only as a subtle accent, with shimmering sequins, shiny brocade or colorful embroidery. So your outfit will not be associated with grief, but look rather solemn.

Chic Gothic clothes are suitable for other parties and not for weddings

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 4 No Go: Bring a date

It is simply inappropriate to take your new date with you to a wedding, and certainly not if you have not previously said so. So, bring someone with you only if you have been specifically invited “with accompaniment”, and only with prior notice. Do not underestimate the fact that an additional wedding guest costs extra money for the newlyweds and could cause unscheduled mess and extra fuss. And nobody wants that.

# 5 No Go: underestimate the phone

The temptation to take many beautiful photos and videos of the wedding with your own smartphone is already great. We understand that. But you should still pull yourself together and leave your cell phone as quiet as possible. If possible, switch to quiet mode and do not play the wedding photographer. The wedding couple has already committed a professional for sure.

Be discreet and do not overdo it with your phone!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!


# 6 No Go: Post on Facebook, Instagram and Co.

You should pay particular attention to social media posts. After all, the wedding is a very important, private affair and the bride and groom should decide for themselves when, where and which pictures they want to show publicly. In particular, you are not allowed to post any pictures of the bride before the wedding, but all other photos of the bride and groom can not be published without permission.

Photos of the bride are generally a tricky thing

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 7 No Go: Enjoy alcohol in bulk

Here definitely applies: Alcohol only in moderation and not enjoy in bulk! Not only does it make a very bad impression when you run drunk through the wedding community, but you can jeopardize the whole wedding planning. Even for your own reputation among friends and acquaintances you do not bode well. If you do not tolerate alcohol well or sweat quickly, do not drink on an empty stomach and take longer breaks. What helps is to take a glass of water more often.

Alcohol should serve at a wedding only for toasting and good mood

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 8 No Go: Too big and weighty wedding gifts

Do not think that you are more excited about bigger presents. You’re pretty busy at your own wedding and you’re really energized. The last thing the bride and groom need are weighty gifts that not only take up a lot of space but are also difficult to carry. So, think carefully in advance before you get the wedding present . We recommend you choose something from the gift list of the bridal couple anyway.

Prepare the wedding couple no circumstances with your gift!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 9 No Go: complaining and blasphemy

It may be that you complain about something in everyday life or blaspheme about someone. At a wedding, all of this is one of the absolute no-go’s. After all, it’s such a beautiful day for the two marriages and you have no right to ruin it with unpleasant words and deeds.

Even constant whispering leaves no good impression

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

# 10 No Go: Leaving too soon

It is not said that you should stay at the party until the very end. However, it is advisable not to leave the wedding too early, especially if you have no important reason for doing so. At least wait for the wedding cake to cut. Many bridal couples take it too personally and may even feel offended. If you really need to go away then address bride and groom. Thank the two of you very much and apologize for your early departure with congratulations and hugs.

Please adhere to these rules so that the bride’s face does not look like this in the end!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

Extra tips:

  • Say on time or off when you receive a wedding invitation.
  • Do not hesitate for the wedding ceremony and if you do, be very quiet and unobtrusive.
  • Never give too long or embarrassing speech when toasting.
  • Be polite to people at the wedding that you do not like.

Do your best to add real value to this important day in the new family’s life. Avoid mistakes like these 10 No Go’s out of our Wedding Knigge and do not embarrass the newlyweds. Even if you do not like something in wedding planning or you do not like a certain custom, stay fully engaged and participate. A wedding is one of the very special days of each bridal couple and should therefore completely fulfill the wishes and expectations of the newlyweds.

Bride and groom finally set the wedding rules!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

From the little wedding knigge: you should note these no-go's!

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