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Engagement Party Etiquette

Can the groom's family have an engagement party for the couple? The bride's family lives three hours north and may want to have a party up there. How do we do this?

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By Lynn Shellenberger from St. Paul, MN

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January 8, 20100 found this helpful
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Of course! My in-laws had a party at their home (4 hrs away) for their friends and family and my mom had one for us - both parents were invited to each others party too! It was a great way to meet each other's extended families and friends before the wedding reception! And, it was a meet and greet - no gifts!

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When is it improper to not attend an engagement party?

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All of the etiquette tips I have read say to invite all of the guests to the wedding that are invited to the engagement party.

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