Event Etiquette

Etiquette tips for various social gatherings. Includes Funerals, Weddings, and Graduations among others.

Airline Etiquette star
Lots of irritations can arise at airports and on a plane. When traveling, it's always considerate to look around you and make sure you aren't the problem.

All About Spas star[offsite link]
This article gives concise advise on what to expect and how to behave when at a spa. It gives great advice for the novice spa-goer on tips and behavior.

Arriving at a Party Early star
When your schedule puts you ahead minutes-wise, your good fortune will look like an imposition to your host if you knock on the door before you’re expected

Beach Wedding star
It's all about the shoes...or lack thereof.

Being a Guest at Thanksgiving star
Thanksgiving is a day, but really it launches the Holidays. How you approach it will determine how the next month goes for you and those around you.

Bringing a Plus One at the Last Minute star
The Holidays are an occasion when relatives gather for religious reasons, friends sequester to toast special moments and everyone wants to create memories worthy of gathering again next year. So when does adding a stranger to the mix work?

Bringing an Uninvited Guest to A Party star
You're invited to a soiree but you have some hanger's on. Do you bring them along?

Cancelling a Special Event star
Even when it's a special occasion, sometimes it just has to be cancelled. Here's how.

Classroom Help on Halloween star
The classroom party is on its way. Are you attending and in what capacity?

Dressing Your Child For Halloween star
What your child wants to dress up as isn't always what you had in mind. Halloween presents a great opportunity to get to know your child and his or her likes and dislikes.

Firework Etiquette star
Fireworks are an American tradition. They are beautiful. They Dazzle. And they are dangerous. Proper etiquette when using fireworks is essential for a great time.

Funeral Etiquette star[offsite link]
This is a very informative page that gives advice on funeral etiquette and how sympathy should be extended by guests and received by the family.

Funeral FAQ´s from About.com star[offsite link]
The Death and Dying guide at About.com answers many of the questions that are asked during times of bereavement.

Gifts for the Hostess star
You´ve been invited to a great Holiday party. Now what? Begin with a fab hostess gift

Graduation Attire star
Attending a Graduation Party Requires a Little Foresight From the Guest

Graduation Etiquette star[offsite link]
This site is primarily directed towards graduation announcements and Thank You notes. Yet, it provides wonderful direction on how graduations should be handled.

Graduation Gifts & Being a Good Guest star
Gift Decisions Can be Daunting. Here Are Suggestions and Help When Attending a Graduation Party.

Graduation Party Planning Etiquette star
Considering Your Graduate & Guests Will Ensure a Memorable Event

Guests at a Wedding star
Good guests can be a tough commodity when so many are inclined to critique a wedding event.

Halloween Exhibitionists on Parade star
Costume Party at Work - Oh My!!

Halloween Party Etiquette star
You're invited to a Halloween party - Now what?

Happy Valentine's Day star
The media will have us believe we need to be romantically involved in order to rock Valentine's Day. Cupid must have a broader idea

Have A Scrooge Free Christmas star
Are you Tiny Tim or are you Scrooge? How do you want to be remembered during the Holiday Season?

Holiday Travel Packing Guide star
Deflate your stress level when packing by following these tips

Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner star
"Yippee" or "Oh No" Your mindset when hosting Thanksgiving will determine if your guests enjoy themselves

Make it a Great Party. Beginning star
Your soiree is going to begin at any moment. Your ability to meet and greet is essential.

Make it a Great Party. Music star
If ever there was a given at a party, background music is one of them

More Have a Scrooge Free Christmas star
Are you Scrooge? Or do you lean more toward Tiny Tim? Which would you prefer to have in your company during this Christmas Season?

Party Plan for High School Grads star
High School Graduation Time Means Party Time

Party Preparation star
Anyone can throw a party – just plan ahead - even before you begin to make your party plans.

Pet Etiquette star
When invited to dinner, did you really think your pet was included?

Planning a Party star
You don’t have to be Martha Stewart to pull off a great soiree. Here are a few tips

Spa Etiquette star
Questions To Consider and Ask When Deciding on a Spa

The Gracious Graduate star
This article is from the Emily Post Institute

Theatre Etiquette star[offsite link]
Going to the Theatre soon? This article will answer many of your questions, even letting you know when children should attend the theatre.

Theme Park Etiquette star
We all love the opportunity to celebrate at a theme park. Although there are many reasons to attend, some will stay away just because of the questionable crowds. Don't be the one to ruin a fellow patron's celebration.

Theme Parks and Children star
When deciding to embark on a theme park outing, make the decision to have an enjoyable day before you arrive.

Wearing Black to a Wedding star
Since black is everyone's signature color, can you wear it to a wedding?

What to do After a Funeral star
Attending a funeral or memorial service can be extremely difficult. Your presence, however, is important to those who knew the deceased. Here are some recommendations to make this time a little easier.

Who To Tell When You Are Newly Engaged star
You are bursting with excitement and can't wait to share your news. Who do you tell first?

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