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What’s Your Wedding Etiquette IQ?

Do you think you know proper wedding etiquette? It's not quite as easy as you think! Take these 12 questions and put your wedding etiquette to the test!
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What's an appropriate thing to ask about someone's new engagement ring?
"Did you help pick it out?"
"Is it an ethically sourced diamond?"
"Is it real?"

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In general, who would you tell first about an engagement?
Your parents
Children from a previous marriage
Your former lovers

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When should the parents of the bride and groom meet?
Before the engagement
After the engagement
The day of the wedding

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Who are engagement parties for?
They are strictly for family
They are for family and close friends
Not a gift giving occasion

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Changing your relationship status to engaged or married is.....
Polite
Not a big deal
Tacky

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If you'd like to have no children at your wedding, how would you advise guests?
Calling them individually
Addressing the invitation only to the adults
Printing it on the invitation

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What should be done about plus ones at a wedding?
It should be limited to those in a committed relationship
It should be extended to anyone who is single
It should first be screened by the engaged couple

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How should wedding invitation envelopes be addressed?
By hand
In stylized calligraphy
In all caps

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Should you send an invite to someone you know can't make it?
Yes
No
It depends

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If you've been in someone else's wedding......
It's polite to ask them to be in yours
You have to ask them, if they're related to you or your spouse.
There's no obligation to ask them to be in your wedding party.

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If asked to be the maid of honor or best man what choice do you have?
You must accept
You can decline
Bargain

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Who should the bride be walked down the aisle by?
Her father
Her brother or uncle if her father isn't present
Whoever she wants

C+, Etiquette Uneasy

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You're a bit wedding etiquette uneasy. When it comes to the dos and dont's of putting on a wedding you could definitely use a little bit of work. While you might know the basics, you're far from knowing the wedding rules!

B+, Etiquette Ease

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Right!
You have some serious etiquette ease when it comes to weddings. While you might not know everything there is to know about putting on a wedding, you know the basics well. We think you could put on a wedding with no problem at all!

A+, Wedding Etiquette Expert

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Right!
Based on the results of this quiz, you are a wedding etiquette expert! You know way more about wedding dos than the average American. There's no chance that you would compromise manners when putting on a wedding!
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1
What's an appropriate thing to ask about someone's new engagement ring?
"Did you help pick it out?"
"Is it an ethically sourced diamond?"
"Is it real?"
2
In general, who would you tell first about an engagement?
Your parents
Children from a previous marriage
Your former lovers
3
When should the parents of the bride and groom meet?
Before the engagement
After the engagement
The day of the wedding
4
Who are engagement parties for?
They are strictly for family
They are for family and close friends
Not a gift giving occasion
5
Changing your relationship status to engaged or married is.....
Polite
Not a big deal
Tacky
6
If you'd like to have no children at your wedding, how would you advise guests?
Calling them individually
Addressing the invitation only to the adults
Printing it on the invitation
7
What should be done about plus ones at a wedding?
It should be limited to those in a committed relationship
It should be extended to anyone who is single
It should first be screened by the engaged couple
8
How should wedding invitation envelopes be addressed?
By hand
In stylized calligraphy
In all caps
9
Should you send an invite to someone you know can't make it?
Yes
No
It depends
10
If you've been in someone else's wedding......
It's polite to ask them to be in yours
You have to ask them, if they're related to you or your spouse.
There's no obligation to ask them to be in your wedding party.
11
If asked to be the maid of honor or best man what choice do you have?
You must accept
You can decline
Bargain
12
Who should the bride be walked down the aisle by?
Her father
Her brother or uncle if her father isn't present
Whoever she wants

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