Congrats on your engagement!
As a Bride-To-Be, planning a traditional Vietnamese engagement alongside a wedding ceremony is no easy fete! Thankfully, the engagement is often a collaborative effort with your parents and loved ones. You’ve heard that saying failure to plan is planning to fail? And if you’re like me, planning to fail is not an option.
A Lễ Hỏi is the ultimate first impression–it will be the Groom’s family’s first formal meeting with the Bride’s Family. But where to start? How to even get a constructive conversation going in the right direction?
Without further ado, two FREE printables that make planning a traditional Vietnamese engagement a piece of cake!
- Lễ Hỏi Prep Checklist: A To-Do list for the Bride, the Groom and a blank To-Do checklist template to customize your traditional Vietnamese engagement
- Lễ Hỏi Procession Guide: A written play-by-play of a Lễ Hỏi ceremony with thoughtful tips
Love, Chi Matron of Style
Note: This post originally appeared on March 23, 2016 and is re-posted every first day of the new season. Enjoy and please subscribe for the latest and greatest from Matron of Style.