Here are approximately one bazillionty samples of wedding dress code wording — everything from short and sweet, to elaborate and nerdy. We’re covering everything from casual outdoor weddings to costume weddings and everything in between.
Outdoor wedding couples: we know you’ve got your amazing forest-friendly outfit, your rustic ceremony signs, and your best outdoor-wedding-rockin’ attitude, but what are you forgetting? Here are the five things you just might forget at your outdoor wedding. When you’re sans AC, hardwood floors, and the little things that make indoor weddings a little more controllable, you want to make sure you’ve got these things covered.
My fiancé and I are getting married in a field in November. We wanted our guests to be dressy but comfortable, so we included inserts in our invitations to give guests a heads-up that they should try to look nice but bring sweaters and avoid the high heels and ball gowns. But… it just caused confusion. To remedy the confusion, my sister and I played dress-up!
So you want to tell your guests what to wear, but you don’t want to be overbearing, and ideally you’d like to be a little bit clever about it. You’re certainly not the first to find ways to artfully explain a dress code to your guests (we have a whole tag archive of posts about wedding dress codes!). Let’s review five awesome, non-bossy ways you can give your guests some dress code guidance.
How can you stop the constant barrage of wedding questions from wonderfully well-meaning guests? With an all-encompassing FAQ page of course! If you’re sitting at your computer, wondering what exactly you should include on your FAQ, here is a huge master list of the things your guests are dying to know.
A Halloween theme, zombie-themed live band, and a saber arch in one wedding? Hell yes. This rockin’ party had these influences and more, including pumpkin carving, a candy buffet, and real live trick-or-treaters busting in. Even though the bride almost didn’t get her dress in time due to a volcano(!), they still managed to host a kick-ass party, giving us another great wedding for Halloween week.