Bad gifts and impersonal cards; the right etiquette at Christmas
Published on December 9, 2016 4:18 PMby Melissa Heagney
The WEEKLY REVIEW
Christmas can be a time filled with joy, laughter, family and friends but it can also be a time when we forget the niceties in life. Especially when faced with the crush of a last-minute Christmas shop or the stressful preparations for a trip to visit the family.
Susie recommends sending a Christmas card to all your nearest and dearest.
“I’ve sent mine already and people have been really wowed by them. Actually, I’ve seen it all over Facebook about how they’ve received a lovely card which has been lovely,” Susie says.
Susie Wilson, a Melbourne-based etiquette expert and founder of the Antoinette Champagne Finishing School, says there are ways people can show good manners and be the perfect guest during the festive season.