I'm an etiquette coach – five things to avoid that the worst wedding guests do on a couple's big day | The Sun

THESE five wedding Dos and Don'ts will help you become the perfect, well-mannered guest, according to an etiquette coach.

Mariah who goes by @oldsouletiquette on TikTok teaches her viewershow to properly behave for any social gathering.

In a recent video, Mariah shared her top five etiquette tips if you are invited to a wedding.

If you get a wedding invitation, "always RSVP and make sure it gets there on time," Mariah advised.

"Only bring a plus-one if you've been invited to do and be sure to choose them carefully," she added.

Another bride shared the four most annoying responses she had from guests after sending out her invites.

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She said that guests asked if they could bring people that they've only just started dating.

The bride joked: "Can I bring my hookup from last weekend as a plus one?"

When the big day comes around "be on time for all the wedding events," said Mariah.

Most people have heard this one before, but it's important to take note of.

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"Avoid wearing white and in some cultures red," Mariah suggested.

The U.S. Sun previously reported on a wedding guest who's white dress was so similar to the bride's that people couldn't tell who was getting married.

People on social media were shocked saying the guest was trying to "steal the spotlight."

One person in the comment section of Mariah's video said that in some cultures, you should also steer clear of wearing black to a wedding.

At the wedding, you'll probably take photos with the bride and groom that you can't wait to post.

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However, for her last tip, Mariah said to "avoid posting photos of the couple until they do."

"The one about waiting to post pictures- YES thank you," one commenter said.

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