We are already nearing the first quarter of 2017 and we are delighted to share that we are finally bidding goodbye to some old wedding traditions which made no sense. Etiquette that seemed more like a burden and less a chore are finally going to breathe their last breath in 2017. We are talking about wedding etiquette such as the bride’s family renting a Party Bus Rental Washington DC to take guests to the church, only a three-course menu, RSVP-ING via snail mail etc. What more traditions are we leaving behind us? Stay with us to find out.
Old Rule: Don’t Steal the Bride’s Thunder by Wearing Black
New Rule: Black is no Longer Considered a Taboo
As long as everyone doesn’t feel like you have just returned straight from a funeral or want to cast unhappiness on the couple, wearing black is no more unacceptable. Ensure that you top it off with the right jewelry and a pair of killer high heels to clear anyone who might be in doubt.
Old Rule: You have to Have a Wedding Registry with Conventional Items
New Rule: To Make one or not to Make one, it’s Really up to you!
No longer do couples have to sign up for a wedding registry with items like tea cup sets soup bowl set, vacuum cleaners or dishwashers. Couples aren’t completely ditching the concept; they are, however, revising the list of items completely. Instead of asking for a vase, they are requesting guests to pitch in some money so that they can go on a trip to Europe for their honeymoon or asking guests to book them nice countryside Bed and breakfast etc.
Old Rule: Bride’s parents will arrange for the wedding transportation
New Rule: The Couple Can Put it up in their Wedding Registry
There was a time when it was the bride’s parent’s duty to lo book limos or the Best DC Party Bus for the guests, but not anymore. Couples understand how stressful the task can be. Therefore, they are opting for smarter alternatives by putting the pressure on someone else shoulders. By adding it in their wedding registry, anyone who wishes to, can contact one of the many DC Party Bus Service and rent the DC Party Bus Rental.