Wedding planning etiquette will help simplify the process of not only planning the big day, but making sure everyone stays friends during the process. Practical Etiquette covers many aspects of planning for and who is expected to do what leading up to and during the wedding day, but in the spirit of completeness, we now provide these additional sources of information, including books that will help you plan, track and ensure that the wedding becomes everything that you hope it to be. So be sure to make it fun and exciting, but most importantly, make it yours.
Brides, remember, this is YOUR day. You and your fiancée do have sway over how this wedding comes off. Your parents, friends and relatives will be a great source of advice and in many cases will offer very sound advice based on their own experience. But, ultimately, yours is the final word. And, by the way, that is 100% okay and as it should be. The more you organize your thoughts and put together a plan, the more likely others will fall into place in understanding what your desires are. So, as a first step, right down what you want and how you want it done. Then put a plan together on how each of these steps (including the who) will most efficiently get completed. The books listed below can be quite helpful in that planning process, so it might be worth your while to do a little reading first before you take on this monumental occasion ... your wedding! Let wedding planning etiquette serve as your guide.