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BOOMBA Wedding Etiquette: Dos and Don'ts of a Guest

BOOMBA wedding etiquette: dos and don'ts

A wedding is a joyful and significant event that marks the union of two people in love. Whether you're a guest or a member of the bridal party, understanding and adhering to proper wedding etiquette is crucial to ensuring the smooth flow of the celebration and making the day truly special for everyone involved. In this guide, we'll explore the dos and don'ts for both wedding guests and members of the bridal party, helping you navigate this important occasion with grace and respect.


1. RSVP Promptly: Respond to the wedding invitation as soon as possible, indicating whether you'll attend. This helps the couple plan seating, catering, and other logistical details accurately.

Holding an RSVP invitation

2. Follow The Dress Code: Adhere to the dress code mentioned in the invitation. Whether it's black-tie, semi-formal, or casual, dressing appropriately shows respect for the couple and the event's tone.

Guests following the dress code

3. Arrive On Time: Being punctual is a must. Arriving late not only disrupts the proceedings but also might draw attention away from the couple.

Empty wedding table

4. Give A Gift: Bring a thoughtful gift for the couple, even if they haven't registered for one. Cash, gift cards, or something from the registry are all great options.

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Newlywed couple looking at gifts

5. Engage Respectfully: Mingle and socialize with other guests. Be respectful of the couple's choices and traditions, and engage in a positive and enthusiastic manner.

Guests toasting to a wedding speech


1. Don't Bring Uninvited Guests: Only bring the people who were explicitly invited. Bringing uninvited guests can cause seating and catering issues and is disrespectful to the bride and the groom.

Empty wedding reception table

2. Don't Wear White: Unless the dress code specifies, avoid wearing white, as this color is typically reserved for the bride.

Bride's friends wearing white dress code

3. Don't Upstage The Couple: Avoid wearing overly flashy or attention-grabbing attire that could divert attention from the bride and groom.

Woman wearing deep plunge dress

4. Don't Overindulge: While celebrations are meant to be enjoyed, excessive drinking can lead to uncomfortable situations and detract from the celebration.

Wine glasses toasting

5. Don't Take Photos During The Ceremony: Respect the couple's wishes regarding photography during the ceremony. Some couples prefer an unplugged ceremony, where guests refrain from taking photos.

Wedding guest taking a photo

The Bottomline

Navigating wedding etiquette, whether you're a guest or a member of the bridal party, it’s about showing respect, support, and consideration for the couple's special day.

By following the dos and avoiding the don'ts, you'll contribute to a special celebration that the couple and their guests will cherish for years to come.

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