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by Mike Cuthbert, Prime Time Radio, February 23, 2010
Wedding magazines and Web sites abound, but Judith Martin, aka “Miss Manners,” is here to set the record straight on etiquette rules along with her newlywed daughter, Jacobina.
The mother-daughter pair coauthored Miss Manners’ Guide to a Surprisingly Dignified Wedding, released last month, which answers questions submitted by every member of the wedding party, including parents and the groom.
Press play on the audio player to listen in on this conversation with Prime Time Radio host Mike Cuthbert, and to find out how the weddings you attend- or participate in- stack up against “Miss Manners'" standards.
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