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Friend wedding etiquette: Don't do these things

Tribune News Service Logo By TCA Staff of Tribune News Service | Slide 1 of 14: It's your friend's big day and you want to be supportive and helpful. Weddings often are fraught with stress and drama as the bride and groom navigate all the little details of pulling off the perfect day and juggle family dynamics at the same time. As a good friend, it's your mission to help keep things running smoothly, or, if you’re the sullen type, at the very least to show up on time and be a good guest. If you're doing any of the following things (all of which are culled from real-life experiences), you are not being a good wedding buddy.

Friend wedding etiquette: Don't do these things

It's your friend's big day and you want to be supportive and helpful. Weddings often are fraught with stress and drama as the bride and groom navigate all the little details of pulling off the perfect day and juggle family dynamics at the same time. As a good friend, it's your mission to help keep things running smoothly, or, if you’re the sullen type, at the very least to show up on time and be a good guest. If you're doing any of the following things (all of which are culled from real-life experiences), you are not being a good wedding buddy.
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