How to maintain your manners: Proper wedding etiquette (Part 4)
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So what makes the best manners? MINDFULNESS. The best manners come from the mindful person who is very aware of themselves and their surroundings, other people and the environment.
Etiquette stems from common courtesy, sense, and social graces, such as: When entering or leaving the room, going into or out of bathrooms, etc., hold the door open for the next person. Be conscious of staying silent during speeches and announcements and be aware of the alcohol you are consuming and always practice sophisticated self-control.
The most important rule of etiquette in attending a wedding event is to enjoy the day in a classy manner and bringing your most lofty, positive energy. The bride and groom planned this special day in celebration of a jovial affair and took their guests’ comfort and entertainment into heavy consideration. Be respectful, be polite and be on your way to being a stellar guest…one who contributes to the memories being made, and to the pages in the storybook that makes the bride’s dreams complete.
And don’t forget to bring the most important thing along with you, wrapped up in your own aura and expanded into those of others around you: L O V E.