Asked by: Dabo Newbyasked in category: General Last Updated: 11th May, 2020
What is the etiquette for wedding rehearsal dinner?
Simply so, who is invited to the rehearsal dinner wedding etiquette?
Your immediate families, the bridal party (including the parents of the flower girl and ring bearer, even if they're not in the wedding), any ceremony readers, and your officiant (plus his or her spouse, if married) should always be invited to the rehearsal dinner.
Furthermore, what is the etiquette for rehearsal dinner? As with any organized event, invited guests should be informed four to six weeks prior to the rehearsal-dinner date for planning purposes. Rehearsal-dinner guest lists cannot be assumed, as some couples opt for immediate family only and others invite nearly half their wedding guest list.
Beside this, what do you do at a wedding rehearsal dinner?
Known as "the party before the party," the rehearsal dinner is a great way to officially kick start your wedding — you'll get to hang out with your wedding party, see some of your guests for the first time, eat good food, hear a bunch of toasts (like a maid of honor speech or best man speech), and celebrate your
Do you have to have a rehearsal dinner for a wedding?
There's no rule that says you must have a wedding rehearsal. If your wedding is small, with few or no wedding attendants, and does not include any wedding traditions, customs, or special readings, then you can probably get away with not having a formal rehearsal.