Q&A: Guest Attire: What's "Black-Tie Invited"?

Black-tie & Invitations. I hope I'm not bludgeoned for asking this question, but where can I indicate guest attire? On the invite? on the details card? or on the website? Also, those doing more formal receptions, how did you decide between cocktail and black tie? Really what's the difference for women? I know. Black Tie weddings are our specialty, but occasionally we are asked for etiquette tips when an evening wedding is not black tie but formal. The event might be quite elegant and even extravagant, but the hosts simply don't want guests to feel like they have to wear a tuxedo. The burning question: What is the.



Black Tie weddings are our specialty, but occasionally we are asked for etiquette tips when an evening wedding is not black tie but formal. The event might be quite elegant and even extravagant, but the hosts simply don't want guests to feel like they have to wear a tuxedo. The burning question: What is the. Few events require as much glamming up as a black-tie wedding. When an extremely fancy wedding invitation arrives, you already know you're in for a black-tie affair before you even open it up and see "Black Tie Required." And with those three little words, you know you're going to be dressing to the.


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