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Formal Wear Protocol

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

 

Formal Wear Protocol

There are several classifications of traditional formal attire: white tie, white tie and tails, black tie and morning coat or daytime.
 
The term “White tie” refers to the most formal way of dressing. When an invitation calls for white tie, it requires that the gentlemen of the wedding party and male guests wear black tails and matching black pants, white pique front wing collar shirt, white pique vest and bow tie, and studs with white stones. (more…)

Formal Wear

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

 

Formal Wear

There are several classifications of traditional formal attire: white tie, white tie and tails, black tie and morning coat or daytime.
 
The term “White tie” refers to (more…)

Groom’s Vocabulary

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

 

Groom’s Vocabulary

Aisle Carpet – Covers aisle for processional at the ceremony site. It’s meant to protect trailing gowns.
 
Ascot – Worn with winged-collar shirts, this neck scarf is tied with the broad ends laid flat, one across the other. It often comes pre-tied, and is usually worn with a stickpin. (more…)

Grooms Get Involved

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

 

Grooms Get Involved

The days of the groom being responsible for the rehearsal dinner and showing up on time for the wedding are long gone by. Today, most grooms (more…)

Being a Good Groom

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

 

Being a Good Groom

You may think that the fuss surrounding the wedding is silly, but what you don’t realize is that the way you do things as a couple between now and “I do” can set patterns of communication that will grow over the course of your marriage.
 
Your role in the wedding is (more…)