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The worst wedding guest behaviour

Essential wedding day etiquette your guests need to read

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The worst wedding guest behaviour
Eat drink and behave! Photo by Ben Rosett on Unsplash

Not sure on wedding guest etiquette? Read all about this bad wedding behaviour and prepare to be the best guest any wedding ever had.

Hem-height blindness
We’re all for showing off a great pair of legs, but that cute little bodycon number is causing Gramps to get heart palpitations!

Greedy guts
They’re first in the queue for the Pimm’s and they spend most of the evening lurking by the buffet with a plate (and face) full of cheese. Enjoy yourself, but don’t forget it’s not all about the free grub!

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This ain’t no trial run
Your wedding is gonna be awesome in its own right, so why spend the day photographing our candy buffet, telling people how you’ll do it differently and asking us where we got our favours from?

Sssshhh...for speeches!
Convo is great – but chatting during the speeches is Just. Not. Cool.

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The E.S.C. (Eternally Single Cynic)
Please don’t tell us we’ll be divorced within a year (again). It makes us want to cry – or hit you. Let’s just agree to disagree on this one, yeah?

Crazy kids
The invites said ‘children are welcome’ but somehow that got decoded as ‘bring all your kids for a play date’. Will someone tell them to stop dissecting our centrepieces?!

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The plus one debacle
We want to invite your new man, but we’ve got that awkward situation called ‘venue capacity’. If it was up to us, he would so be coming instead of Creepy Uncle Kevin.

The ALOs (Always Late Ones)
Running into the church just as we’re walking down the aisle… teeny bit annoying. You got lost? Have you heard of a little thing called Google Maps?

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RSVP means respondez sil vous plait
Table plan = lots of late-night stressing. Reply by the date on the invite and you give us a better chance of staying eye-bag free on W-day.

One more for the road?
The band’s finished playing, the bar’s closed and the bride and groom are on their way to Mauritius. Maybe time to go home now?

Want more? Here are five things never to say to a bride and groom and how to deal with tricky wedding guests

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