Weddings can, at times, be the Olympics of socializing. Hopefully, you'll get a few moments with the bride and groom, during which you’ll exchange some sweet but forgettable chitchat. You’ll likely tell the bride how beautiful she looks and the groom how lucky he is. You’ll hopefully compliment them on a lovely ceremony and reception. During these moments on their wedding day, there are a few things that, well, you really shouldn’t say. You might mean well, but trying to make conversation with the bride and groom about certain things can end badly. Here are 10 conversations to avoid at a wedding:
10 So, What's Next? A Baby?
9 The Food Was Cold/Bland/Spicy/Anything Else
8 How Much Did You Pay For All Of This?
7 You Didn’t Invite "Jamie"
6 This DJ Sucks
5 I Want To Make A Toast
4 You Don’t Mind That I Brought A Guest, Right?
3 Can’t I Sit At That Table?
2 I Put Your Gift On The Gift Table
1 Um, It’s Not An Open Bar?!
Yes, weddings are about celebrating the union of two people in love, but they are also about having a great time, in which alcohol can certainly be an aid. Unfortunately, weddings are pretty expensive these days and the couple you are there to celebrate may not be able to afford an open bar (or may only be able to afford a beer and wine bar). If you’re upset about paying for libations, look around at the entire party that they planned and appreciate the music, food, decorations and everything else that they paid for instead. Then, calm down and pay the $6 for your Jack and Coke. Also, if you know ahead of time, sneak a flask in like a pro.
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