Episode 119: Wedding Etiquette Tips (with Mariah Grumet – Part 1)

Etiquette expert Mariah Grumet joins Pam and Brooke to share her personal history with weddings, which includes an unexpected natural disaster!

Mariah also gives great advice on how to avoid etiquette mistakes while wedding planning. She helps with navigating how to properly send out invitations, deal with bridal parties and communicate to vendors. 

And at some point Brooke goes on a rant about her extremely loud coffee maker. 

If you like polite behavior or conversations about noisy appliances, this episode is for you!

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Follow Mariah on Instagram: @oldsouletiquette

Also follow Mariah on TikTok: @oldsouletiquette

If you’re interested in one-on-one Bridal Etiquette Consulting sessions with Mariah, you can find information about that on her website


Click here to read the Bloomberg article about people going into debt while participating in someone else’s wedding.

Here’s a link to the episode where Pam’s husband admits he gave a terrible speech at a wedding. 

If you’re interested in owning a loud, but good coffee maker, here’s a link to the Grind & Brew that Brooke tolerates every morning at 6:15am. 


Orange and Thyme Gin and Tonic: A fruity earthy twist on the classic cocktail, created by Sprinkles and Sprouts. 

@lizmariegalvan: The coziest Instagram account with great interior design tips. Also there are dogs and sheep. 

Cozy White Cottage: Liz Marie Galvan’s book of beautiful photos and tips on how to make your home cozy.


Have a bonkers wedding planning story to share? Need some wedding related advice from a bunch of know-it-alls?  There are three easy ways to contact us!

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