Tipping reception Staff and anyone who works your wedding is not optional. It is protocol. This is false info.
When you see this on a contract it is only because catering companies, restaurants, rental companies, florists, planners, etc. do not pay their employees very much money. And they want you to pay the rest for them.
The Knot needs to make it known to people outside of the industry that it is industry protocol to tip all staff. Unless they ruined your day, gratuity is expected. It doesn't have to be a lot, but it needs to be something.5 votes
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"Easy Ways to Document Your Photos & Video" should have included picshareparty.com, allowing guests to text photos to online gallery
"Easy Ways to Document Your Photos & Video" should have included picshareparty.com, which allows guests to text photos directly to an online gallery phone number. No login or app install is needed.4 votes
Hi and thank you so much for your idea!
We will definitely take this into consideration. We’re always trying to improve the Wedding Website experience for couples so we welcome all of your great ideas.
We will keep this forum updated as we make improvements!
Enjoy your planning!
It would be great to add the following categories to The Knot LookBook App:
-flower bouquets and arrangements, with filters for: what's in season in your area, types of bouquets, by flower type (with the option to select multiple flowers)
-search colour schemes, it would be neat to be able to select a colour scheme and see a flow of images pertaining to that from bridesmaid dresses to decor ect.3 votes
Great ideas! I will send this forward to our team today to make sure they have this under review.
We hope you enjoy many other areas of our site and the apps available in the meantime.
Being able to have a blue print/sketcher to actually draw the dimensions of the floor and place the tables in and tablecloths and table runners and centerpieces to see your reception and/or ceremony venue come to life before you purchase everything and then not like it1 vote
This is a great idea. We are continuing to work on a seating chart for our guest list manager, but I agree that being able to see the colors and decor would be lovely. I will be sure to pass along your comments to our product designers for them to take into consideration in the future.
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