Crashing a wedding is possible depending on a number of factors. Why you would want to crash a wedding is a whole other thing, however crash success is largely dependent on how many people are attending, whether the bride and groom notice or care, and how intoxicated everyone is by the time you arrive. Some …

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Attending your very first American wedding? There isn’t a whole lot to learn about, so fear not. A Catholic wedding is an example of a traditional wedding, particularly a High Mass wedding. The main thing to know about such weddings is that they are…long. Anyhoo, other things to know about American weddings is if you …

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The short answer? Yes. It makes you look discourteous, as essentially all functions in the adult eventsphere allow you to bring a date. Yes, weddings aren’t exactly cheap in today’s world, but it’s rude to set a guest’s terms in such a way if you want the guest to come to your affair. It’s natural …

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The idea of the bride’s family paying for the wedding is a bit outdated…and unfortunate for the bride’s parents. This “traditional,” if archaic, idea isn’t really the standard anymore, as sometimes the groom’s family pays, or both families pay. However, the cost ultimately falls on those getting hitched. Weddings are…expensive. Family members and friends often …

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No, no, and HECK NO. Any couple who tells you paying for your meal at a wedding is a “new tradition” is LYING. Plain and simple. You bought them gifts off their registry and are possibly traveling to see them say “I do,” and they can’t even feed you?? That’s insane and ridiculous. You might …

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