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15 Rudest Things You Can Do at a Wedding

Good Housekeeping Logo By Amanda Garrity of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 15: No ifs, ands, or buts here. "Never sit in the front row unless you’ve been invited to," says Jennifer Porter, party planner and owner of Satsuma Designs. "Even if it’s a casual gathering, abide by tradition and save the front row for family or the wedding party." But of course, there's always an exception to the rule: "If an usher places you in the front, relish your seat and enjoy!"

You sit in the front row.

No ifs, ands, or buts here. "Never sit in the front row unless you’ve been invited to," says Jennifer Porter, party planner and owner of Satsuma Designs. "Even if it’s a casual gathering, abide by tradition and save the front row for family or the wedding party." But of course, there's always an exception to the rule: "If an usher places you in the front, relish your seat and enjoy!"

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