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DO ’ S & D ON ’ T S FOR A N NOU NC ING YOU R E NGAG E M E N T
Tell your parents and family first.
Don’t forget to be gracious.
Tell your closest friends and relatives next.
Don’t ramble on about the proposal or your wedding details.
Send out announcements. Don’t ask other people about their own engagement plans.
Don’t send out save-the-dates if your wedding date hasn’t been finalized.
Don’t send out save-the-dates to people you aren’t inviting to the wedding. Invitation Suppliers
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