Keep in mind when inviting International guest to your wedding or if you are invited to a cultural diverse wedding that some dining etiquette is culturally relevant. For example, in the United States people cut their food with the knife and fork and then transfer the fork to the right hand to use it for eating the food. In Continental Europe, this method would appear rude. Instead, diners should keep the fork in the left hand and eat from the fork with the fork’s prongs curving downward. In Korea, all dishes are typically served at once, including the soup. In Thailand, soup is drunk straight from the bowl, without a spoon.
These are just a few tips to help you prepare for a culturally diverse celebration.