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It really is easy, the more formal the wedding in time and location, the more formal the attire to be worn.
We tend to a bit of bending the rules to suit the comfort level and desires of the bride and groom. The time of your ceremony does not necessarily have to dictate the attire. If you are marrying after 3 pm, pretty much anything can go. More important is to consider the style of the reception. If a ballroom, private club, or mansion are the venues of choice, well formal wear really is indicated.
If you are marrying after 5 pm and you are having a lavish wedding, a tuxedo is a must. A black tuxedo, white shirt, vest (if inclined, we tend to not like them, but it is really up to your personal style) and bow tie are the quintessentially chic groom ensemble for a formal, lavish, nighttime affair. Vests are a more slimming2 comments
Choosing a florist is like choosing a good therapist. Look for great listening skills, mutual respect, and above all the ability to offer guidance. That may seem a bit overwhelming, but there are many good florists out there and it often takes a bit of trial and error to find that special one. Sort of like finding a mate as well, no? A good florist will spend time getting to know all the details, making it part of their job to ask the most mundane of questions as well as theNo comments
Orchids, calla lilies, roses, peonies, anemones, or possibly a combination of several - in florist terms “your personal flowers.” This very individual accent will be noticed by all as you walk down the aisle and will be captured forever in wedding photographs.
So how does one choose which blooms are best? Try to work within the confines of personal stature and the chosen dress. If the dress is a simple silk sheath, why not carry one single stem tied with a delicate ribbon1 comment