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In the world of wedding hashtags, up-to-the-minute status updates and tweets, we bring you the most common social-media-related wedding faux pas—and discuss what to do instead. (You’re welcome.) If You’re Planning Your Wedding Call your parents before pressing “post” or “tweet” to announce your engagement. Your close friends and family will want to hear it straight Read more ..

Cutting your wedding cake is one of multiple traditions you will be asked to take part in on your wedding day. Knowing how to cut the wedding cake is an important part of the ceremony. Knowing how to do it correctly will relieve any stress you may have about doing the right thing when all Read more ..

Make it easy on yourself—and your wallet—by reading these tips now. If you’re one of the 81 percent of newlywed brides who, according to The Knot 2014 Real Weddings Study, take their spouse’s name after the wedding, we hate to break it to you, but your job isn’t quite done after you sign your marriage license. Read more ..