With engagement season underway, many of you might be recently engaged, in the middle of planning your wedding, thinking about popping the question, or single as a pringle and just reading this for shiggles. Don't know what shiggles are? Look it up. Anyways, there's one thing you should know before you walk down the aisle. The groom's side of the family is responsible for the rehearsal dinner. If you don't already know that, now you do. Now you may think that you can just hand over the cash and your fiance can plan it, but think again. It's going to be 2019, and you don't get off the hook that easily. So we're gonna help you and give you some excellent ideas for your rehearsal dinner! So get to planning dude!
We are in the middle of engagement season, and while you may be a recently engaged bride-to-be or you have been engaged for a long time, you are probably already thinking of people who will stand by your side on the big day. Some of you probably already have a list in your notes app that you have been adding to or taking away since college. But, how many people should you have at your wedding? Are they the right fit? Do you sisters-in-law need all those bridesmaids? Well, we have some answers for you!