Guest Etiquette - Dos & Don'ts For Elegant Ladies

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  • Judgment Proof
    Judgment ProofΠριν 4 ημέρες

    What I learn from you and other sources can also be used in other areas like also practicing limousine etiquette

  • Deborah Acree
    Deborah AcreeΠριν 17 ημέρες

    Last time we arrived on time, the host hadn’t shaved or showered yet. I ended up cleaning and setting up the food.

  • Vandana Gupta
    Vandana GuptaΠριν 23 ημέρες

    isn't being considerate towards the host and helping them clean up - elegant?!

  • amadaria
    amadariaΠριν 24 ημέρες

    Always put an end time on invitations. If you don't know what the end time should be, or if none was specified, then two hours is a good benchmark. Leave on a high note, not when you're all sick of each other and decided you'd really rather be doing something else now. This allows you to always have in your mind the idea that you had fun at the event, without tainting it with the part where you eventually got bored. If the host is starting to clean up, or mentions how late it is, or saying things like, "I hope everyone had fun." then this is an indication you've stayed too long. You're not there to do dishes after the party, nor should you be asking where a trash bag is so you can help clean up. It's also not your job to help shepherd other people out.

  • Daniela Castro
    Daniela CastroΠριν 26 ημέρες

    This video made me realize that I was a better guest when I was 6 years old than now

  • Em-em walalang
    Em-em walalangΠριν μήνα

    For me i like normal or ordinary life. Can moves or do everything free and happy.

  • Rowena Bisschoff
    Rowena BisschoffΠριν μήνα

    I have been ridiculed by putting an end time to events. I always saw it as bad manners or overstaying your welcome. I thought it was my Dutch upbringing which clashed with my South African peers. Thank you for stating good common sense. Bravo 👏🏻

  • Hausverwaltung Hanappi
    Hausverwaltung HanappiΠριν μήνα

    So many people don’t respond to invitations or call off because of a mood - How can we Set boundaries that we don‘t want to be treated like this, in an elegant way?

  • Tee K. B
    Tee K. BΠριν μήνα

    All of these are “common sense” for me at least, but it’s amazing that you are explaining these. Thank you 🙏🏼

  • Rosset Bespoke Butlers
    Rosset Bespoke ButlersΠριν μήνα

    I was very impressed by this video. As a butler and a trainer I am always sceptical about this sort of thing but I think this is well thought out and a good representation of correct form.

  • Judgment Proof
    Judgment ProofΠριν μήνα

    I’ve actually had a situation where I didn’t have cellular and would receive stuff on my messenger from a friend. Because I don’t have cellular and I’m bound to Wi-Fi wherever I can find a signal, I don’t always get the message right away. Thankfully I have someone forgiving and understanding when they get worried when I come back and explain what happened and that I didn’t get the message because I wasn’t near a Wi-Fi signal at the time. I don’t normally carry a device since I don’t have cellular, but I always get back to my people ASAP. In fact, checking my device when I return home where the Wi-Fi signal is, I checked my messages right away to see if I got any. I don’t normally deal much with public Wi-Fi since it’s not as secure as home, so that’s another reason why I don’t carry my device. If I get an invite, it’s getting better to where people who try to contact me will know that I don’t have cellular that I can just take with me anywhere. If I get an invite, I always get back to people as quick as possible As for bringing a plus one or more, I never do that, ever. I never even considered it and unless I was specifically instructed to do so, I wouldn’t even think of it. If I’m invited over somewhere, I don’t usually tell anyone. That way, no one can invite themselves. As for bringing a gift, I guess the situation can be different for each household. You must first discover what they like and what they’ll use. Let’s say you don’t mind bringing something, but let’s say your lady friend has a picky husband who doesn’t want nothing from you coming into his house. I always always always offer at very very least. If they need anything and I have it, by all means they’re welcome to it anytime. If I don’t have it and I’m able to get it, by all means I’ll go get it if I have the means to do so. The very least I can do since I know they like certain types of pop is offer to bring that at very least because I know they like that even if they don’t need nothing else. Each household is different, so go with the cues for each household. If you do bring a dessert, I strongly agree with trying to bring the best if possible and making it look very nice and presentable. Of course make it look fancy because after all, your host or hostess thought to invite you

  • Ms Precious
    Ms PreciousΠριν μήνα

    We unfortunately had a rsvp ignored , it’s so ignorant and rude ! So we asked again and again and finally with a 2 days notice , excuse was I was busy , this was a wedding/ immediate family !

  • Nikki D
    Nikki DΠριν μήνα

    I also think that the host should show etiquette by not badgering a guest to explain why they are leaving early, or to please stay longer. Instead, graciously thank them for coming, and wish them a safe journey home again

  • Chandni Arora
    Chandni AroraΠριν μήνα

    Life changing ..thnk u mam🤗

  • Antony Blessy
    Antony BlessyΠριν μήνα

    Guilty of the vanishing 😎

  • Inc Inc
    Inc IncΠριν μήνα

    I was definitely that person that showed up a bit late very often some years back. It wasn't a deliberate plan to do that, it just happened... but at the end of the day, it was sending a message that my time is more valuable than theirs and I will go on my own schedule instead of showing people respect. I didn't really mean to do that, but that's almost certainly what it was doing. For the last few years, I have always maintained punctuality or send someone a message in enough time if there is some issue that is preventing you from being punctual or within the expected time frame. This shows much more respect and makes me a more valued guest because I am showing that I value *them*. I wasn't raised with all the correct etiquette training, but I was definitely raised with "never show up empty-handed" - it was something my mother said many times, even though she was raised in a very financially modest home. So I'm glad it's something that has stuck with me, however, I do know there are certainly gaps in my knowledge or things I might be doing subconsciously that aren't the best.

  • Judgment Proof
    Judgment ProofΠριν 2 μήνες

    I guess you go with the cues. Always offer at very least. If you’re invited depending on where you live, always ask them if they need anything or if they’d like you to bring something. If so, what. Whatever you happen to have, let them know they’re welcome to it if they need it Finally, sometimes people don’t RSVP because they don’t know if they’ll be able to make it at that time. I think in those cases, you should let your host know that you’ll keep them posted if you’re not sure. If you’re not sure, just say so and say you’ll get back with them when you know more. With busy work and travel schedules related to some jobs, sometimes people just don’t know, especially if you happen to be out traveling public servant such as the president or the Secret Service. Another good one is the medical pros and funeral workers. Sometimes there are just going to be some of those times when you just don’t know, especially when you’re on call

  • 소소소
    소소소Πριν 2 μήνες

    This video is oh so nice!!! Five star!

  • Khalessei Dubear-Chateubriend
    Khalessei Dubear-ChateubriendΠριν 2 μήνες

    Ms. Bey, you are a lovely person. I am so grateful for your GRglo Videos. My Life has taken a huge change and these videos help me fit in. I am more prepared to navigate new situations that I was never introduced to in my old life.

  • K
    KΠριν 2 μήνες

    Responding to an invitation is automatical even though I decline most because I'm unsure of if I'll show up because of anxiety but coming with a surprise +1 is just as rude and reckless as dressing up out of the dress code.It's asking for becoming the weird spot of the event at this point😂 I never took the habit of bringing something to the guest even though my mom made me buy something to bring at ALL the rare parties I attended,I used to find this so kindergartenish.Knowing me my mom also often told me to eat before events but it was useless because what I love about events IS the food,so you'll often find me around the hors-d'œuvre table whether I'm starving or not😬😭 Saluting the host and all that is normal but what I'm wondering about is the 30something other guests,that's the part I hate and why I'm an escape artist that can also hide on my phone.But I actually like to help the host clean up that's usually the funniest and less stressful part of the night because we're fewer. They should rename that show "The Real Gladiators of [inserts city]" and each episode "[inserts event] Arena",I'll never start a fight but be sure to finish it as calmly as possible and when it comes to couples that argue in public they're either killing us with cringe or the entertainment of the event🍸

  • Ashleigh Nunez
    Ashleigh NunezΠριν 2 μήνες

    This used to be more common knowledge, at one time. It’s really sad how society has lost these rules of etiquette that the average person no longer knows this. I’m sure there are etiquette tips that I might not know, but I’ve been taught most of this growing up - by my parents, but mostly by my grandmother. Her generation had this stuff down to a science, even when not everyone was wealthy. I’m so glad you have these videos out here. When I first heard about this, I was really glad to see so many people interested in learning. If we bring back this information on a larger scale, society would be a lot nicer.

  • Karima Cubero
    Karima CuberoΠριν 2 μήνες

    I actually applied the thing of eating before the event to not arrive with empty stomach (translation: dying of hunger lol)

  • Ronnie Grace
    Ronnie GraceΠριν 2 μήνες

    Anna can you make a video about being elegant and well-mannered when you are the host? For example, I find extremely rude and of cheap behaviour when at intimate events such as lunches or dinners a guest brings a bottle of quality wine to share during the event and instead of opening it, the host stores it away and offers a cheaper wine 😂😂😂 has this ever happened to anyone besides myself?

  • Larissa Linhares
    Larissa LinharesΠριν 3 μήνες

    tip 5 is so important. My pet peeve is people obsessed with food at parties, that can't wait to stuff their mouths, eating very fast everything that is put on the table, not elegant at all...

  • Martin McDevitt
    Martin McDevittΠριν 3 μήνες

    Thank you for the post. You are so inspiring and informative.

  • Jenn Boccio
    Jenn BoccioΠριν 3 μήνες

    I was always taught it’s rude not to finish what is served on your plate. Guess those are poor people rules 🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Tetsi Doris
    Tetsi DorisΠριν 3 μήνες

    Hi Anna I really like your channel, was wondering!! Can u scream incase need a rose?

  • Doris Franco
    Doris FrancoΠριν 3 μήνες

    I think Christine and Davina from Selling Sunset (NETFLIX) should watch this video!!! HAHAHA

  • Deborahlyn Hetherly
    Deborahlyn HetherlyΠριν 3 μήνες

    Never visit empty handed. Grab a bouquet at the store, candle, maybe wine or good liquor for a male host.

  • Forever Wild
    Forever WildΠριν 3 μήνες

    It's a great thing I don't drink anymore & only eat several small meals spread out. Easy to control myself :) I have great time management. However, I live in SoCal & everyone here is rather flaky 😑

  • florentine sph
    florentine sphΠριν 4 μήνες

    I need events in my life :((

  • Rosalynn Zhou
    Rosalynn ZhouΠριν 4 μήνες

    Thank you, Ms Anna. As usual, you give out excellent advice.

  • pppanda p
    pppanda pΠριν 4 μήνες

    It'll be interessant to have a host etiquette too ☺️ but thanks for all your advices!!!

  • Erbert Chong
    Erbert ChongΠριν 4 μήνες

    🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

  • Hanna in Matteland
    Hanna in MattelandΠριν 4 μήνες

    Thank you for quarantine so I found so many fruitful channel, like yours. Behavior and ettiquette are always my area of improvement but I don't know how. As a career woman, your channel is very useful. Keep doing it, Anna! Hi from Indonesia

  • Joi Thomas
    Joi ThomasΠριν 5 μήνες

    Just started watch thses video and learn about myself and more on love and friendship and life and watch real lady and deal with real life and struggle and how to be a lady and be happy role model too and teach too how be lady do and dont as ladylike too which it is good and I understand what it mean and see what real lady wont put up and more disrespectful too used rejection too . Can u do a video of rejection in handle way . Where I could understand what truly mean

  • Love Animals
    Love AnimalsΠριν 5 μήνες

    👍👍👍

  • Rafael M
    Rafael MΠριν 5 μήνες

    The World needs more Annas

  • mercy
    mercyΠριν 5 μήνες

    love this too

  • La Pernice
    La PerniceΠριν 5 μήνες

    If you are invited to a dinner, never bring food, some people will be even bewildered by wine. Better bring some nice little gift.

  • kaoutar ifri
    kaoutar ifriΠριν 5 μήνες

    The more I watch you videos the more I realize that in the Middle East and North Africa we apply about 70% of your rules and it goes without saying 😂❤️❤️ And I m addicted to your Chanel

  • Midwest Badger
    Midwest BadgerΠριν 5 μήνες

    There should be "do not send an invite via Facebook or social media" A physical or personal copy of invites is a lost art these days.

  • Mage BZ
    Mage BZΠριν 5 μήνες

    “And you look pregnant” lol I love her ! Besides being classy she is also naturally funny.

  • Constance Gabriel-Haevecker
    Constance Gabriel-HaeveckerΠριν 5 μήνες

    Great video! I agree, most of these rules are common courtesy. Just one question: With so much going on for the host, is it okay to offer help? I was raised to always offer a hand on my part. Most likely, the host will decline anyway. However, is asking itself a faux-pas, even in a more informal setting? P.S. When I was a child, I would always come home hungry from a party. It became a running joke in my family.

  • Elena Karolína Semanová
    Elena Karolína SemanováΠριν 5 μήνες

    Oh my, I really need to do some work on myself. Thank you, Anna, for being unapologetically honest.

  • Pia Bertrand
    Pia BertrandΠριν 5 μήνες

    I Live in France and I’m not part of the high society (yet! Eheh) and I can say that me, my family and my circle of friends, being considered « normally educated » we do all of these!! Those are simple rules and manners that we were taught since little :)

  • Annie T
    Annie TΠριν 5 μήνες

    so much negativity..lol...why make life so complicated

  • S.Kumari Diissanayake
    S.Kumari DiissanayakeΠριν 5 μήνες

    Elegance... is in every thing, in your videos!!💜

  • Alicia Aragon Valdes
    Alicia Aragon ValdesΠριν 5 μήνες

    Hello Anna! You are fantastic! Don’t listen to the negative comments. I love your videos

  • praniti sawant
    praniti sawantΠριν 5 μήνες

    Maybe i am colour blind ..... my EX was late on our first date🚩🚩

  • Ms Mo
    Ms MoΠριν 5 μήνες

    My psychic intuition: Anna is going to hit 1 million subs before the year is out...easily. 💟 Subscribe elegant ladies...haha 😊

  • Luna de Urano
    Luna de UranoΠριν 5 μήνες

    I don't have a lot of money but what Anna says reminds me when I organized gatherings at my house. Even if it was a small thing, everything she says I found it disrespecful and in some way a "cheap" kind of behaviour. So it's not about the money, it's about education and consideration to other people.

  • Lena Mahayni
    Lena MahayniΠριν 5 μήνες

    Anna do u have a video camera man & an editor for ur vlogs?

  • Françoise Official
    Françoise OfficialΠριν 5 μήνες

    I remember when I've been invited to a private party (music industry, high level guests) and I showed up alone. I've been asked who I was with and I just said:"As far as I understood, the invitation was just for me". My host had a 458934 teeth smile. I just acted normally for me

  • piccolo4di
    piccolo4diΠριν 5 μήνες

    Some hosts ask friends to signal the end of the event. They arrange a time in advance at which they begin to take their leave.

  • G K
    G KΠριν 6 μήνες

    Finally a video from you where I can actually say I do all that! I'm so chuffed that I can call myself a classy guest! Love all your videos, always great content, xxx

  • Delight Ngwenya
    Delight NgwenyaΠριν 6 μήνες

    I'm glad I searched for this cause I haven't learnt about this some things I do but some I didn't know that I should

  • Ivan
    IvanΠριν 6 μήνες

    Telling it like it is, have a like, madam

  • Hussaina Noordeen
    Hussaina NoordeenΠριν 6 μήνες

    I wish I had access to this video when I was eighteen.

  • Benzu Singh
    Benzu SinghΠριν 6 μήνες

    She teaches so minor things which is really good, which really assembles for being elegant, I'm so thankful that I found her on GRglo. Just the thing i wanted to say that she speaks so gracefully and slowly that I've to speed the video up 1.25x lol

  • Garina Santos
    Garina SantosΠριν 6 μήνες

    I will like to know why you do not wear any jewelry

  • Darleen Ramos
    Darleen RamosΠριν 6 μήνες

    When a normal person. Has to do a video about how to behave in public and rsvp for events. You know that our society has to be messed up. For not using common sense. 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️ But, yes. People need to learn to RSVP. It really annoys me. When they don’t. I agree with everything she said.

  • Catherine LeMaster
    Catherine LeMasterΠριν 6 μήνες

    I love your lace dress! It’s so beautiful and elegant for summer!

  • Regitze Hansen
    Regitze HansenΠριν 6 μήνες

    The only time I cancel is If I’m ill or my social anixty is too high😅

  • Karan K
    Karan KΠριν 6 μήνες

    Anna Bae❤️

  • Nia Diamond
    Nia DiamondΠριν 6 μήνες

    The “eat something before” should definitely be a rule. I’ve had bad experiences before. Thanks Anna

  • melissa christie
    melissa christieΠριν 6 μήνες

    Thanks so much for this video. Society really need it now so much right now!

  • Sophia Santini
    Sophia SantiniΠριν 6 μήνες

    The eating before arriving is such an excellent tip. Unfortunately my partner hates when I eat before events for whatever reason so I just try to make sure I have a full breakfast day of the event.

  • nieufamfryzjerom
    nieufamfryzjeromΠριν 6 μήνες

    I really do not like moments, when you are not looking at the camera.

  • Godsgirl001
    Godsgirl001Πριν 6 μήνες

    Excellent! Have you done dinner rules????

  • Elizabeth Knappert
    Elizabeth KnappertΠριν 6 μήνες

    Basic manners! my mother and grandmother would be pleased! I notice that manners are slipping these days, such a shame. This is normal manners for me. I'm glad she also touches on the new protocol for mobile phones.

  • Bridget Akunyili
    Bridget AkunyiliΠριν 6 μήνες

    I've been guilty of the "vanishing act" but I've learnt 😊Thanks Anna.

  • Bridget Akunyili
    Bridget AkunyiliΠριν 6 μήνες

    ...my dear elegant ladies🤗

  • Louise Francis
    Louise FrancisΠριν 6 μήνες

    I love this. Especially about honouring peoples time. I’m Swedish but live in Australia and I always keep my time to respect the other person. Unfortunately arriving late is so common here and it’s so hard to deal with because I continually respect other people like this when they only arrive late and I feel like I am constantly wasting time...

  • Nelisa Manyisa
    Nelisa ManyisaΠριν 7 μήνες

    I'm 19 and honestly, everything you talk about has been a, ah ha moment, after ah ha moment! I cant stop sharing your videos with my friends! Thank you so much for this content, I highly appreciate it! Much love to you my dear elegant guru. :-)

  • Mariah Mariah
    Mariah MariahΠριν 7 μήνες

    I'm a time person, I grew up believing " To be early, is to be before time, to be on time is to be late and to be late is to be left behind."

  • mggilles hope
    mggilles hopeΠριν 7 μήνες

    do you have a template for writing a letter of return? it would be a good video!

  • star sky
    star skyΠριν 7 μήνες

    Thats made me laughss..🤣

  • Robin McGann
    Robin McGannΠριν 7 μήνες

    I stopped throwing large parties because I could not get people to RSVP.

  • Catalina Loeung
    Catalina LoeungΠριν 7 μήνες

    very appreciative of videos regarding etiquette! my parents were never really around so i have to learn most of these things myself so i appreciate this.

  • Chikhulupiliro Mwale
    Chikhulupiliro MwaleΠριν 7 μήνες

    Am I the only one watching this and realizing that I do almost all the don’ts?

  • Ela M
    Ela MΠριν 7 μήνες

    I appreciate your high level content. You look aristocratic.

  • Muskaan Singh
    Muskaan SinghΠριν 7 μήνες

    You're my favourite princess charm school

  • Jacqueline Molloy
    Jacqueline MolloyΠριν 7 μήνες

    I've got a question. When your at a get together and the host offers you an alcoholic drink and everybody is drinking. But you do not or can not drink alcohol. How do you deal with this situation without offence

  • /
    /Πριν 7 μήνες

    I want to attract people with just regular ettitiquete to my life. No phones at the table. No watching the phone while in nature. Hello! We are in NATURE!

  • Malka Edery
    Malka EderyΠριν 7 μήνες

    I love all your videos and i host a lot. Regarding the time. "I'll never understand you'. All i can say is you can thank the good Lord that you don't suffer from ADD, which seriously impairs executive function. People really don't come late on purpose

  • Ruby Duncan
    Ruby DuncanΠριν 7 μήνες

    Faster get to the point

  • Rokia Sh'nell
    Rokia Sh'nellΠριν 7 μήνες

    Thank you for this video, Anna ! There are lots of good tips in the comments too. Where I come from, it's not really common sense to bring something with you when you come to a party/gathering. Or maybe it was because I was little, I didn't have to think about that. But most of the things you said are common sense like not showing up late or answering to an invitation. I'm thankful to my parents for learning me the bases. Now I'm in a different country and I think I lack a lot in the etiquette field. I even decline invitations because I don't want to act out of place. I have a question though. When you're invited, is it an implied rule that you have to invite later on too ? I also decline invitations because I'm not sure to know how to receive them at my place.

  • Elizabeth Weaverling
    Elizabeth WeaverlingΠριν 7 μήνες

    You are an incredible woman!

  • Fatine El Rouchdi
    Fatine El RouchdiΠριν 8 μήνες

    Who is also watching this during quarantine?✋🏼

  • Наталя Чокова
    Наталя ЧоковаΠριν 8 μήνες

    Надо срочно учить английский🤔

  • Lizet Riquelme
    Lizet RiquelmeΠριν 8 μήνες

    If I host a dinner, I like that my guest eats everything I have prepared with so much effort.

  • Alexandra Cruz
    Alexandra CruzΠριν 8 μήνες

    The big announcement is that you are moving to another country? Are you pregnant ??? This video was exquisit, thanks for sharing this tips, they are really helpful. Please make a video about speaking manners.... as an example, I mean speak slowly, or how to get that elegant accent of yours. Thanks for guiding us, Anna!

  • Jazzy vlogs
    Jazzy vlogsΠριν 8 μήνες

    I need the course.

  • Luna V.
    Luna V.Πριν 9 μήνες

    Why was this recommended to me. High society who? I'm trash 😂

  • Shoshana Dvora
    Shoshana DvoraΠριν 9 μήνες

    This is one of Anna,s best videos! I always bring my host or hostess something ( wine, a cake ) but if my guest doesn't bring anything, I'm OK with that. I also try hard to be on time, but in some countries you have to be flexible about this. In some countries, like Japan and Germany, punctuality is super important. In other countries, well, just accept if you say the dinner starts at 7pm, people will arrive at 7:30. Anna is right that you should leave on time. Let me add something: don,t arrive too early! It,s stressful for me when a guest arrives 90 early and I have to entertain her while prepping for he party.

  • RoderPro 109
    RoderPro 109Πριν 9 μήνες

    this moment when you are teaching people about high-society and etiquette but cant even sit propperly in a chair......

  • Shelly Zezen Cabiling
    Shelly Zezen CabilingΠριν 9 μήνες

    Yes! I'm learning here!

  • annieyummmm
    annieyummmmΠριν 9 μήνες

    Is there something you can do on business style and avoiding mistakes in a corporate setting? I see so many errors and a real lack of personal branding.

  • naama hirsh
    naama hirshΠριν 9 μήνες

    I don't understand how you can pay efforts in this video while most of the girls here don't know how to get invited to this kind of event and don't even have one connection to those kinds of society ...I watch your videos for more than a year now and I still don't understand how people do the "breakthrough" if they are not in elite club or polo club and have a partner at this social status ... I'm sorry about being rude but this is reality.. and it is possible! but never can be sure 100%... maybe you should make a video about 10 steps to get involved in high society ... btw even rich people not often part of a social circle.. hugs

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