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Photo: IVASHstudio (Shutterstock) Scroll through Reddit’s r/AmItheAsshole for approximately two seconds, and you’ll discover the power of weddings to tear relationships apart. Wedding planning was fraught territory before the pandemic, and the added layer of safety protocols have only made things more tense for many betrothed. While researching this article, for instance, I spoke with a friend of a friend whose destination wedding (already a controversial move) has led to some major conflict with unvaccinated family members who likely cannot travel internationally to attend. Like I said: tense! When you’re planning your special day, what should you keep in mind to avoid inconveniencing all your guests a million different ways? Is it possible to have your wedding cake and eat it, too? For context: I’m somewhat between worlds when it comes to wedding philosophies. My former classmates from Virginia are tying the knot in Pinterest-worthy extravaganzas, while my friends in Brooklyn refuse to put a label on a years-long dating-not-dating “thing.” To research the current state of wedding etiquette, I turned to Reddit, Twitter, and primarily my good friend Britt who threw an incredible crowd-pleaser wedding last summer. Here’s how you can have the wedding of your dreams that isn’t at the expense of the people who care about you. Make a wedding website My mom is throwing her second wedding this summer, and her “save the date” letter came in the mail with a QR code that led to a website full of information about the day. Similarly, […]