i would say....wow!that is very wonderful......congradulatios!
Congratulations! unless you have a valid reason to ward against the soon-to-be wedding.
It depends on your feelings for her if you feel its a bad idea be honset if you are happy for the engaged parties then i guess you would say congrats
you can say one of two things
The correct etiquette is to say best wishes, I wish you well, or I'm so happy for you, and definitely not congratulations... The reason is, if you say congratulations, you're implying she is lucky to have finally been taken as a bride. You can congratulate the groom however, as he is considered to be lucky to be taking a bride.
That etiquette is a little old fashioned though.
If the person is a close friend, you can be honest about your feelings, but nice. You might want to meet him, feel it is a good match and say so, or share a warning if there is one. Friends are friends in all circumstances. If the person is not close to you, you might express congratulations or how happy you are for them or even ask if they have set a date yet instead of congratulations. It all depends on the relationship.
I agree, you NEVER say congratulation to a woman. You say that to the guy only. So guess I would say something like. "What great news! I wish you guys the best!!"
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