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The knot etiquette

The first question was about how to ask for cash instead of gifts. I picked the answer that was guests will give what they want to give, just hope for the best. The correct answer, according to the knot, was pass along to family and friends that you want cash.I think that's still rude.

Another question was if you fell in love with bridesmaid dresses that were over-budget, what do you do? I picked cover the difference, because I thought the rest of the options weren't good. The answer was to let them wear their own shoes and accessories? What?

I did not pass the etiquette test on the knot. I went in thinking I would have a perfect score! 




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Re: The knot etiquette

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    It's generally safe to assume that whatever TK's advice is, the opposite is actually true.
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    I'm gonna go with 'not my circus, not my monkeys.'
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    Oh, good. I never thought I was a rude person! lol!
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    Ha! The test told me I have a lot to learn.  That's funny, I'm pretty damn sure I'm hosting my guests very well.  Guess I am an etiquette-less bride!  If I'm wrong... I don't wanna be right!
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    That was awful. There went 5 minutes of my life I'll never get back...
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    I don't understand how the more conservative answer is "wrong." Sure, MAYBE you could get away with spreading through word of mouth that you are a money-grubbing whore prefer cash, but why is it "wrong" to "say nothing and hope for the best?" Fail.

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    It would seem the creators of the knot need to be directed to their own forums to learn a few lessons in etiquette from their brides.
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