From “desert chic” to “beach formal,” many couples are selecting distinctive themes for their weddings and are asking their guests to look the part.
When April Lavalle and Alex Boniello started planning their upcoming October wedding, one of the first things they decided on was the dress code. Rather than request their guests don more traditional formal or black-tie clothing, the couple opted for the less common, and purposefully vague, “cocktail creative.”
They communicated their unusual option to their attendees via their wedding website, writing “cocktail creative/semiformal” under the dress code F.A.Q., and have since received a handful of questions from guests unsure about what to wear. To prevent any stress, Ms. Lavalle and Mr. Boniello simply “encouraged them to wear whatever makes them feel good.”
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