If the bride or groom doesn't specify what they want you to do, then your best bet is to pay attention to the below etiquette to figure out the right thing to do.
These 12 rules for bringing a plus one will (hopefully) keep you from pissing anyone off, and also ensure that you have a great time.
You're essentially telling the bride and groom they'll be paying for one more person without even asking. I get it — going to a wedding alone isn't the most fun thing in the world, especially if all of your friends are in relationships.
But please avoid asking for a plus-one at all costs.
This isn't your day, it's theirs — so it's really not about you.
You always find something wrong with everyone they're into.
Unless you're in an established, long-term relationship, one of the most stressful things about being invited to a wedding is figuring out how to know if you should bring a plus-one.
The last thing you want to do is go to one of them with your plus-one questions, so...
how the heck are you supposed to handle this stuff?! While every couple is different, there are some pretty general plus-one rules that every person invited to a wedding should be following.