January 16, 2009, Newsletter Issue #150: Etiquette Resources

Tip of the Week

There are quite a few books available on etiquette that you can rely on for bachelorette party etiquette, many of them published quite recently. It's always handy to have a book on etiquette around (even if it's only to laugh at), and a book on etiquette is essential to make it through wedding planning unscathed.

Here are some of the more reliable recent publications:

*'Emily Post's Etiquette' by Emily Post (2004) – the quintessential etiquette guide

*'A Modern Girl's Guide to Etiquette' – Sarah Ivens (2003)

*'Debrett's New Guide to Etiquette and Modern Manners – the Essential Handbook' – John Morgan

*'Debrett's Etiquette for Girls' – Fleur Britten

It is always handy to have a woman's opinion on these things, so female researchers, advisors and authors are a good idea. It is also important to research the etiquette in your country – it is useless to know how to bow to the Queen if you're more likely to meet a President.

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