Proper etiquette for a second wedding is much the same as etiquette for a first wedding. Being respectful and polite is the most important rule of etiquette for a second wedding. More »

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Being a godparent is much like being an honorary aunt or uncle who has a special and often spiritual interest in a child's development. Acting as a godparent is also similar to acting as a mentor for the child as he grow... More »

Proper etiquette for attending a powwow includes punctuality, appropriate dress, appropriate behavior, a willingness to dance, honoring protocols, and not bringing alcohol and drugs. While photographs are often allowed, ... More »

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According to an article in the New York Times by Peggy Post, director of the Emily Post Institute, guests at a second wedding who gave gifts at either the bride's or the groom's first wedding shouldn't be expected to bri... More »

Proper wedding attire depends on the event's time of day and location as well as the wishes of the engaged couple. For a traditional wedding that is held in the late afternoon or evening, a man can wear a suit and a woma... More »

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While there is no specific wording etiquette, wedding programs should include the order of events, the participants and the words to any sections in which guests will be asked to participate, notes the Emily Post Institu... More »

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When it comes to the proper monogram etiquette for married couples, there are three options: traditional, modern or a single initial monogram. In a traditional monogram, the wife or bride's first name initial appears fir... More »