Soon-to-be brides certainly don’t need to be told that the 21st century has ushered in a new era of wedding etiquette.
And in other cases, I believe that as long as you don’t show up as if you’re going to a funeral, you’re totally fine.”Gottsman suggested donning a light, breezy black dress, especially if you’re on your way to a summer wedding.
Tradition aside, a “shroud-looking garment” just might not be the best choice aesthetically. White and ivory should be left for the bride — and that still holds true today,” said Gottsman.
In order to avoid misunderstandings, a foreigner dealing with Lithuanians should learn Lithuanian etiquette, especially on the time management, gift-giving and conversation topics.
While not every Lithuanian will stick to the etiquette described bellow, it is better to adhere to it to be "on the safe side".
And that means staying up to date on what’s been crossed out of the rule book, what’s been tweaked, and what’s, well, really not up for debate.“Black used to be taboo, yes,” Gottsman told us.