Without further ado, here is Huff Post Women's Guide to Weddi-quette: Do's: 1. If there's anything that gets on brides and grooms' nerves before the wedding, it's guests failing to RSVP in a timely manner.
"RSVP as soon as humanly possible," Naylor advised.
However, your new love interest may have a different approach to texting, and perhaps he or she always uses appropriate punctuation, prefers to use GIFs or rarely texts in general.
So in order for you both to truly communicate in every respect, it’s important that you understand the major do’s and don’ts for texting and dating.“Just because” texts.
It's just good manners," and it's essential to determining how much the wedding will cost."There is so much expense to planning, and most of that expense is dictated by the numbers on the guest list," Post added. If you were invited to the ceremony, don't just show up for the reception. Leave plenty of time to get to the wedding itself -- even enough time to get lost on the way."The ceremony is the most important part," said Naylor, adding that guests should make all efforts to attend. "If it’s a causal invite with sea shells and sand dollars, we're probably not talking long silk dresses," Post said. If you must be late, there's protocol for that, too.When you’re starting to date someone new, a great way to let this person know that you’re thinking about him or her is by texting to show that he or she’s on your mind.Whether it’s to say good morning, good night or just “thinking about you,” this simple action can speak volumes in terms of letting this person know that he or she’s important enough for you to take time to say hello. Another great way to let your date know that you’re thinking of him or her is by sending a text that directly refers to a specific topic that you discussed when you were together.