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May Not Know About Wedding Showers

The tradition of the wedding shower has been around for centuries. And as long as we still have weddings, there’s little doubt the tradition of “showering” the bride and groom with gifts will continue – and thank goodness for this! How dreary a world it’d be without happy times like wedding showers to express our affection for those we love and wish well. But as you know, the “rules” of traditions change – sometimes subtly, sometimes dramatically – over time. So here’s a little primer on the latest on the tradition of the wedding shower – at least as it stands for the time being.

Who’s the Host and Who Can Come?

For eons, it seemed, it was considered in very bad taste for any immediate relative of the bride or groom’s family to host a wedding shower. No longer does that old rule exist. Nowadays, anyone – sisters, aunts, moms, grandmothers, and female cousins included – can host a shower without fear of being frowned upon.

Despite what you may have read, heard, or witnessed, it is never appropriate to invite guests to attend a wedding shower if you do not plan on inviting