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Etiquette: Grandma is turned off by groom's scruffy beard

Etiquette: Grandma is turned off by groom's scruffy beard
A. There is no etiquette rule dictating whether a groom or his groomsmen can or cannot have facial hair for the wedding day. The general rule for the bride and the groom for their wedding day is this: Look your absolute best and look like yourself. It …
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Advice: The hidden dangers of college T-shirts
To do otherwise implies that only the named half is actually desired at the wedding and that the presence of the other half is the unfortunate cost of doing business. (This may be the … “Person We Want and Guest” for all unmarried couples is an …
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Not your parents' wedding: The new do's and don'ts for modern wedding guests
Soon-to-be brides certainly don't need to be told that the 21st century has ushered in a new era of wedding etiquette. They've likely already considered sending eco-conscious invites via email — and appeasing their hashtag-happy generation with a …
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