Wedding traditions

Big hair, petit body and a huge voice - We are bringing Diva back!

Imagine a filled 1920's jazz club... Mahagoni furniture with velvet cushions and brass details. Champagne towers are filled in the sparkling light of the women's jewellery and huge chandeliers. Couples are dancing everywhere and a smooth jazz rhythm controls the mood of the room, accompanied by an amazingly alluring vocal!  

Now this is vintage!  

Many couples dream about the perfect vintage wedding, and while the location can be quite easy to find and decorate, the music can be more difficult. Yes bands playing jazz, blues, soul ect. are easy to find, but the authentic diva-artist is a rare species! 

But we have found her. Gorgeous as few and with a voice like no one else, Joanita is the talk of the town!

Joanita was born in 1982 and has roots in Uganda and a Christian background. She specializes in Gospel and Soul, but her versitility is astounding. In person she is sweet and humble, but when she enters the stage, she tranforms into a pleasingly perfect vintage diva! 

She truly shines through and would make any vintage wedding a straight home run! 

So lean back and enjoy the pictures below. Also visit her website for a video of her performans, but bare in mind, that you will be blown away 😘 

Have a nice one 🙏🏻 

XoXo

 

 

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Are you the perfect wedding guest?

Nobody is flawless and flewlessness is not expected, but there is no reason not to strive for perfection!

Most of us know how to conduct ourselves in a normal day to day setting, and being a good wedding guest simply comes down to manners. How well behaved are you?

We truly think the world of our guests, but a little list of helpful guidelines never goes un handy. 

1) The RSVP-ing  

RSVP as soon as possible, and most important NEVER after the given responds date. The way to respond is often written in the invitation. Today it is often by phone. When calling make sure that you reach the correct person, and by all means never leave you answer on the answering machine or write them a text! Whether the RSVP is to the host or an second person, make sure to given the person your gratitude. If the RSVP is not given to the host, still make sure to thank them right away for including you in their celebrations.   

Originaly the polite way to RSVP was in the same manner the invitation was given. If by phone one could RSVP by phone, if by letter the responds should be given by letter. This practice is almost gone but personally I still RSVP by letter on a written invitation. It is just so romantic and different to receive a letter instead of a phone call. If you would like to impress and do something special for the host, then try RSVPing by a hand written letter.  

My last comment on this subject is very important! If it is only your name in the invitation, then only you are invited! It sounds simple, but unfortunately it is not for everybody. Plus one is only if mentioned, and you cannot expect your brand new boyfriend to be invited, and you can certainly not ask for it. The same thing goes for children. If they are not on the invitation, then they are not invited. This goes for almost all children, except infants. They are so pedended on their mother, that the hosting couple would expect it to be present, when inviting the parents. But when it comes to weddings you should expect it to be children free, unless is says otherwise on the invitation.    

2. The gift  

This is quit easy. Stick to the registered gift list, and if you think you have spotted the holy grail of wedding gifts and it is not on the list, then make sure it can be returned for a full refund. As for the budget, it is up to you, but wedding gift attends to have a higher budget than other celebratory gifts. 

 

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3. Dress code 

The dress code is often written in the invitation, which makes it easy to follow, but if you are in doubt then ask. 

There is however one very important rule for women, and it is indisputable! DO NOT wear white. And by white I mean any types of white - off white, cream, eggshell ect. Sometimes even very light gray is to bold. If there is any chance it can be mistaken for white in pictures or at a distance then it is a no go. This is a matter of better safe than sorry. But you can be partial white. A good rule to follow is that a maximum of 50 % of your in tire outfit can be white. If you for example are wearing a flowered dress with a white background then at least 50% of the dress should then be covered in coloured flower print.   

By many it is also considered ill mannered for women to wear black. I to do not find black appropriate, but is is not as big a problem as white. But if you can leave the black dress in the closet then it would be preferable. 

If you need some inspiration for the perfect wedding guest outfit then check this out.

As for he gentlemen the dress code is quit simple. Do not overdress the groom or the nearest family, and do not wear smoking before 5 pm.  

Often there is time between the ceromony and dinner, were you can change you outfit into fx long dress and smoking. 

4. Attend the ceremony 

You might not believe in good or the message of the bible, but I you are invited to the ceremony then you should attend. Apparently the bride and groom wants you to be there - so be there. Keep you opinions to yourself and do not fall asleep 😜

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5. At the table introduce yourself to everybody at your table. 

For next many hours you are supposed to talk and have fun with these selected guest who shares your table. To secure a good beginning make sure to introduce yourself to each person, and try to remember their names. There is a reason the host placed you with these people - you must have something in common. Make it you business to add to a great and festive atmosphere by being dedicated to you table. 

6. Listen to The toastmaster

It is not an easy job being the toastmaster. The pressure is huge and the deadline short. Try you at most to help the toastmaster by listening to his or hers instructions. This means being quiet during information and toasts, and most of all respect the time line or pauses and toilet breaks. When the toastmaster announces a 10 minute break then check you watch and be back on time. Being back means being seated at the correct time. If a toastmaster needs to round up all guest at a wedding, telling them that it is time for a toast, it can be exhausting and it can spoiled the good mood. Help the toastmaster make everything run smooth. 

7. Do not get to drunk during the dinner.  

You can always get as drunk as you want after dinner, but during you are expected to be social and delightful. Nobody want to be seated next to the way to drunk cousin. This goes for it self. 

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8. Be attended and interested

You might not be the most outspoken or loud person in the crowd. Maybe these big weddings make you a bit uncomfortable and in the end more quiet than normal. Even though it can be difficult, please try and come out of you shell. The bride and groom placed you with some people they apparently thought you would click with - and most often they are wright. But you bare a huge part of the responsibility for making this happen. Be attended to the persons around you. Listen to the conversations and be interested. Ask open questions and look for some common ground. You might ask about how they know the bride and groom, where they are from, their work or their hobbies. This is a social event, so be as social as your nature alows you. 

9. Have a party

Photo by Sandra Aaberg  

Photo by Sandra Aaberg  

The party is not there for you, you are there to have a party. The greatest fear of all newly weds is that their wedding party is going to flop. They (hopefully)will never be able to do this again, so they have to ace it the first time. But what if the guest do not like the food or the company? What if they do not like the music or do not dance? What if they are not having fun? As an attending guest it is your job to get the party started. Even though you are not the best dancer or do not like to dance, the good guest would still dance in order to get the party starting. Once the dance floor is full, you can always relax. But all good parties need a good kick off, and if everybody just sits down and start talking, it will never happen. The hosting couple provides the scenery, but it is up to the good guests to make the party happen for them. Be attentive and notice if the party is going on as is should. If not, help the couple reaching the wanted party level. 

Do not leave the party to early unless you have a REALLY good reason.  

10. Say thank you

Again it should be obvious, but it is not. You can never say thank you to many times at these sorts of events. Make sure to thank the bride and groom, by complimenting the food, wine, venue and the party. They need the confirmation. You must also show your gratitude towards the parents of the bride and groom, congratulating them on their children and saying thank you for a lovely party. Parents often pays for some or all of the wedding. 

You gratitude should as a minimum be showed after the ceremoni, after dinner before you turn in and the next day before you leave.  

 

Photo by Sandra Aaberg

Photo by Sandra Aaberg

Now how did you do? Are you the perfect wedding guest, or are there room for improvement?  

As I said in the start - nobody is perfect! The best advice I can give you is to have a nice time and show the couple that you are truly enjoying yourself.   

 

Have a nice weekend 😎

 

xo xo  

The history and traditions of the bridal bouquet

The bridal bouquet is for most brides a bare necessity.  Whether one is planning on a big church wedding with reception and dinner at a magnificent castle, or just keeping it simple and planning on a city hall wedding, the bridal bouquet is the most common and sort after bridal accessories. The Veil, the big dress, the blue, the old and the borrowed are not always represented, but it is seldom that you come across a bride without a beautiful bouquet.

It is tradition for the groom to provide the bouquet, but in most cases the bride or the bride’s mom has a say in the design of the bouquet.

But if you are a traditional groom, we have some tips for you. When you go to the florist there are a few information’s that will help in designing the perfect bouquet for your wife to be. They may want to know the color of the dress – and yes I do know it is probably white, but what sort of white color is it? Cream, champagne, clear white or perhaps egg shell. It might help to bring a fabric sample from the dress..

It is also a good idea to bring a photo of the bride. Her statue is important, because it says a lot about which bouquets she can pull off. The bride is not to disappear behind a mountain of flowers. As the bridal gown may change the statue a bit, it can be a good idea to know which type of dress the bride will be wearing – is it a ball gown, A-line or maybe a  mermaid gown?

Our last recommendation should be the easy one, but can prove to be difficult – trust your instincts. One must assume that the groom would be the person knowing the bride best, but when it comes to following instincts it can be a tough job being a groom. Just remember that then it comes down to it, the most important thing for the bride is that her husband to be is enchanted with her looks. She will love the bouquet you choose because you choose it. This last rule apply to most bride’s. As a  groom you can only sat praise to the fact that tradition tells you to choose the bouquet and not the dress.

The bridal bouquets as we know it dates back to the 1880’s. Before then the bride wore a smaller chest bouquet attached to her dress. The fashion have changed over the years, but the bouquet has always been in fashion.

Naeem Khan did it

The aftershock of the New York Bridal Fashion Week is beginning to fade, and what remains is our astonishment of the creativity and out of the box thinking which was presented to us by designer Naeem Khan. This has caused us to name him he uncrowned king of the NY Bridal Fashion Week 2016! 

His Indian roots may be the reason why he questions the classic white wedding dress. He plays with colors, materials and shapes in his creations, and this year he did it spot on. 

Here are some of our favorite Naeem Khan creations showed on the runway this spring.  

Enjoy

 

 

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The colored wedding gown is back

A wedding dress is white! WRONG...  

Last week New York City hosted the Bridal Fashion Week of 2016, and as everything else of this season, the new creations were over the top in details and extravagance - and in color 🤗

Seldom have we seen so many stunningly colored wedding gowns. Maybe this is a sign that the traditonal white gown has meet its monopolistic ending, aften nearly 150 years on the wedding throne. 

Maybe you are all into the idea of a colored wedding dress and maybe not, but we must admit that we love it! 😍

Below we have gather a small pot pourri of some of our favorite colored dresses of the NY Bridal Fashion Week 2016.  

Enjoy 💃🏼

 

 

Naeem Khan  

Naeem Khan  

Christian Siriano  

Christian Siriano  

Xcitegowns  

Xcitegowns  

Kelly Featanini

Kelly Featanini

Jaclyn Jordan

Jaclyn Jordan

Nadeem Khan  

Nadeem Khan  

Christian Dior

Christian Dior

Ines Di Santo  

Ines Di Santo  

Gianbattista Valli

Gianbattista Valli

Inbal Dror

Inbal Dror

Naeem Khan  

Naeem Khan  

Pink/ colored veil for those who are not ready for the colored dress  👇🏻👌🏻💖

Naeem Khan  

Naeem Khan  

In love with Valdemar Castle

Go to Denmark, go to Fyn, take the highway all the way south to were it ends, take a left once you have crossed the bridge that takes you from Fyn to the small island of Tåsinge, and then just follow the road until you are met by the magnificent Valdemar Castle. Encircled by both the see line, vast fields and deep woods this fairy tale castle is worthy of the name. The surroundings truly create a very special  feeling of being close to nature and still in the middle of the luxury lifestyle that is Valdemars Castle. 

As the surroundings differ so do the wedding dreams this venue can provide. As for the traditional princess wedding Valdemar Castle has room for both big and small parties, adjusting to the customer's every need. For the very big wedding parties and for those wishing for a more raw and authentic venue, the old stable building with room for 400 guest is ideal. Cement floors, exposed beams and stall windows take the guest back to basic, back to nature and let them enter the romantic atmosphere that is the south of Fyn. Last but not lest we have the pavillion located just on the beach. With room for only 50 person, this is for the small and intimate weddings. 

 

Versatility often equals a compromise with quality. Valdemar Castle is one of our favorite venues due to the fact that it can combine world class gastronomy, great service, gorgeous sourroundings, luxurious settings and huge ambitions with a flexibility and versatility that is seldom seen. 

We highly recommend Valdemar Castle to everybody! No matter the budget or type of wedding, Valdemar Castle can provide you with your dream wedding.  

For more pictures and information please follow the link below. 

The Wedding Company wishes everyone a nice weekend 😘

 

http://valdemarsslot.dk/fest/

 

 

The main building  

The main building  

Living room

Living room

The entrance hall

The entrance hall

The Chapel  

The Chapel  

The dining room  

The dining room  

The Kitchen  - good for breakfast, winetasting or even weddings 

The Kitchen  - good for breakfast, winetasting or even weddings 

The pavillion  

The pavillion  

The pavillion  

The pavillion  

The main hall  

The main hall  

The main hall  

The main hall  

It is time for cake

Denmark is well know for its exquisit food culture. Everything from good ingredients and innovative methods of cooking to the way the food is presented have a high priority on the danish gastronomic scene. This does not only go for michelin restaurant, but also for the ordinary danish consumer preparing dinner at home for the family. Therefore it gows without saying that the standards of cooking is pushed to the limit to meet  the high expectation and standards of the consumers.

This high standard is also reflected in danish wedding cakes. We got some of the worlds best bakers and confectioners, making sure that the taste is innovative and exquisit! 

But the taste of a wedding cake is not the only important thing, and maybe not even the most important thing. The appearence of the cake is essential. For many couples the cake  has to represent the wedding - is there a theme or maybe a distinction that is unique for the marrying couple. Therefore the looks of the cake is important. 

Below We have gathered some delicious wedding cakes - both some of traditionel and some of more modern looks. 

Enjoy 😋 

 

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Slør

Veils are still the most common headpiece of modern day brides, even though many brides have preferred flowers or maybe just a piece of jewellery as their hair accessorie.  The veils have been short and minimalistic without a lot of lace, and without it covering the face of the bride.

Minimalism in general is on its way out. The demand for more modest veils with a historical design touch is increasing.  Floor length veils with a lot of details and lace are high in demand. Covering the bride’s body and face gives her look an aspect of virginity and modesty that many brides pine for.

The antique bride of the late 19.century and the early 20.century is the main inspirational factor for bridal couture at the moment. This time also marks the beginning of the bridal fashion as we know it today. Until the middle of the 19.century white gowns and veils was not the normal equipment for a bride.  

Vails have been spotted throughout history on Greek goddesses and later nuns. Young women for the nobility wore veils as a sign of their virginity, but for the lower classes veils and headwear in general was a sing on a womens married position. Unmarried women had loose hair and no headwear.

When the bourgeoisie started using the veil as the bridal accessorie in the middle of the 19.century it was to show the modesty and virginity of the bride. Earlier the bride had worn a “bridal crown” made of flowers, with loose hair. 

The tradition of cutting up the veil symbolizes that the bride is no longer in title to wear a veil. Back in the days the veil was torn apart and exchanges by the heaswear of a married women. The unmarried women of the wedding are to receive good luck, if they get a piece of the veil to take home.

Still today many veils are suffering the destiny of being cut up by eager bridesmaids. Therefore many brides buys two veils, and changes to a cheap one just before the wedding dance.

We have gathered some of our favorite veils of the time. Many of them represent the more old fashion and antique look discussed above.   

   

 

Rainbowclub

Rainbowclub

Elie Saab

Elie Saab

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Brudekjolen  

Brudekjolen  

Reem Acra  

Reem Acra  

Design by Kristensen  

Design by Kristensen  

Jesus Peiro  

Jesus Peiro  

Hochzeitguide  

Hochzeitguide  

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Jaton couture  

Jaton couture  

The wedding morning

Even though you have planned your wedding day for a long time, it can be difficult imagining the overwhelming feelings, you probably will meet on this special day of yours. 

In the article below four brides share how they felt on their wedding day.

http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/wedding-day-emotions/ 

It is very important to have a good and stress free wedding morning. It should be rested, pimple free and full of champagne. In the following link you will find ten good advices on securing a stress free wedding morning. 

Enjoy 😘

 http://www.theweddingcommunity.com/377/Expert-Advice/Article/10-Tips-for-a-Stress-Free-Wedding-Morning 

The world of "more is more" invitations

Whether one will admit it or not, the invitations we choose tell a lot about us and the wedding we want to have. Not only because it informs the addressee about the venue, the church, time and date and if chosen the dress code of the wedding. On an additional page it can be a good idea to present the toastmaster, the gift registerer and the wedding planner. If the wedding has a webpage it should be mentioned there as well, and so should information about nearby hotels and overnight stay opportunities.

The design of the invitation is more important than one should think. It tells a great deal about what the guests should be expecting of the wedding. The design can be fun, ironic, romantic, graphic, industrialistic, classic, historical or maybe a mix. Of course you must choose the invitation you like the most, but bare in mind the signal the invitation sends about the wedding and try to make the two work together. If you are sending out save the day cards, then make them the same design as the invitations to secure a common thread.

For the last couple of years, invitations has been very minimalistic and pure styled. We have not seen a lot of colors, flowers or blondes, but I think we are up for a change. We will of course still see a lot of minimalism, but people are becoming more courageous and want the romance back. The less is more movement is on a retreat both in flower arrangements, dresses and in invitations. Below I have gathered some "more is more" invitation design.

Enjoy the flowers and have a happy easter.

 

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Photo credit: The postmans knock

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Photo credit: La Paraphernalia

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Photo Credit: Marryme2u

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Photo Credit. Fast Printing

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Photo Credit: Aleksa_ch

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Photo Credit: Digital art dk

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Photo Credit: By.Invitation.Only

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Photo Credit: By.Invitation.Only

On choosing the perfect toastmaster

As the name indicates the toastmaster is "the master of the toast", but he or she is so much more than that. Therefore the choise of the toastmaster is not to be taken easily.  

It is an honor to be chosen toastmaster, and a quality toastmaster will see it as such. But it is also a job.

Depending on the wedding, the toastmaster already starts his or hers job in the church making sure that everybody is well seated. Hence forth he leads the party all the way to the wedding dance. 

Mostly the toastmaster is only active during the dinner, presenting speakers, being in contact with the kitchen and keeping track of the deadline. This sounds quite simple, but a wedding is not a train station. Everything must be delivered with charm and humour. The good toastmaster is jolly, has an easy approach and is comfortable and maybe used to speaking at large assemblies. It is the toastmaster's job to make sure the party is active and fun. Nobody is to be bored. The toastmaster must lighten the mood, tell jokes, toast and maybe sing a song if necessary. But seldom this is the case! The perfect person for the job is not a stand up comedian and not a logistic trainee, but something in between. The keyword is smooth. 

When it comes down to it, today's toastmaster's job is to make the wedding day go smoothly. He is to make sure that the bride and groom can relax and enjoy their day. Therefore it is a good idea to establish a contract between your wedding planner and the toastmaster at an early stage. 

And for the toastmaster here are som tips:  

  1. Do not get to drunk.  
  2. Stick to your schedule, and only add newcomers if you are absolutely sure you have the time. It is okay to say no to last minute speakers.
  3. Due to the problem mentioned above it is a good idea to name the toastmaster in the invitation. 
  4. Remember that there is a speach hierarchy. Close family is more entitled than periphere friends. There is only a small amount of time, so it can be necessary to say no to someone. You must decide who are close and who are not that close. 
  5. Make sure you are certain about the names and relations of the speakers.  
  6. There is a speach line tradition.  Ask the bride and groom if it is to be honoured. 
  7. In fact make sure that you and the bride and groom agree on what type of wedding they want. Formal or informal?
  8. Remember that you are to give the last speach.  
  9. And last but not least - By all means make sure that the wedding dance is held before midnight. Otherwise it means bad luck, and it would be your fault!

To dresscode or not to dresscode

Bryllupssæsonen nærmer sig, og hvis ikke allerede invitationerne er sendt ud, er I måske ved at overveje dem. 

Såfremt der er en dresscode for jeres bryllup, vil invitationen være stedet at nævne den.

Det er væsentligt at overveje dresscode, for selvom man ikke altid tænker over det, har ens tøj og tidspunktet, man bærer det, en stor betydning for ens sociale udstråling. Noget af det første, vi ser på, når vi ønsker at forstå og fastlægge en social situation, er, hvad for noget tøj der bæres. Er vi i et træningscenter, er vi til møde, ser vi film på sofaen eller er vi fx til bryllup? Derfor er det tøj, som såvel brudeparret som gæsterne vælger at bære, også med til at sætte dagsordnen for festlighederne. 

Der er utallige holdninger til brugen af dresscode. Mange ser det som et unødvendigt og måske ligefrem uopdragent krav fra værterne - "Det er vel mig og ikke mit tøj, de vil se?!".  

Jeg melder mig modsat ind i gruppen af folk, som ser dresscode som et hjælpemiddel til gæsterne snarere end et krav. Jeg ser det ofte som et direkte problem, hvis jeg bliver inviteret til bryllupper uden en gennemskuelig dresscode. Dette skyldes mit behov for at være korrekt klædt. Man kan risikere ikke at være fint nok klædt på og derfor skille sig unødigt ud. Endnu værre er det dog, hvis man er finere klædt på end brudeparret og brudeparrets nærmeste familie. For det meste ringer jeg derfor og spørger yderligere ind til, hvad der forventes. For mit vedkomne handler det ganske enkelte om ikke at sætte andre eller mig selv i forlegenhed ved ikke at være passende klædt. Det er ikke mig, der skal have opmærksomheden, men bruden. 

Men alt har en gylden middelvej, som bør følges. 

Det første, man som brudepar bør overveje, er, hvilken type bryllup man ønsker. Nogle ønsker, at festen skal være meget uformel, mens andre gerne vil have højtideligheden og traditionerne med.

Også tidspunktet på dagen bør overvejes. Såfremt man gerne ser smokinger til brylluppet, skal man sikre sig, at der er tid til at klæde om, da smokingen hverken må bæres i kirken eller før klokken 17. Sådanne regler er der mange af, og der kan læses mere i linket nederst. 

Som det næste bør man se på, hvilke gæster man inviterer. Man skal overveje, om gæsterne har tøj til at følge en pågældende dresscode, eller om de skal ud og investere i det. Såfremt det sidste er tilfældet, skal man overveje, om det vil være en for stor økonomisk last at pålægge pågældende gæst. Det skal være en fornøjelse at komme til bryllup og ikke en økonomisk byrde, og ved siden af polterabend og gave kan det hurtigt blive dyrt, hvis der skal købes en smoking også. Heldigvis skal man her huske, at udstyret kan lejes for forholdsvis små penge. 

Hvis man beslutter sig for at tilføje en dresscode, så overvej, hvorledes I serverer budskabet. Man bør endnu engang kende sit publikum og så overveje, hvor "hård" eller "blød" man bør være. Hvis man fx skriver: "dresscode: festligt tøj", så bliver det pludselig en definitionssag for gæsten. For nogle er skjorte og jeans med en jakke ud over festtøj, mens andre trækker i gallakjolen. På den måde kan men ende med at få en meget broget fest. Dette kan måske være det, man ønsker, men mange føler sig faktisk bedst tilpas, hvis de føler, de er klædt på i stil med de andre gæster. Nogle har måske sågar fravalgt gallakjolen, da de var nervøse for at være overdressed. 

Modsat kan det man også risikere, at gæster ligefrem melder fra til et arrangement, hvor grænserne er trukket for stærkt op. Hvis der fx bare stod: "dresscode: Smoking", så kunne nogle føle sig trængt op i en krog, og måske ville disse personer slet ikke føle sig tilpasse og festlige i sådan et antræk. 

Men hvordan rammer man så de korrekte vendinger?  

Hvis vi endnu engang kredser om smokingen. Ved at skrive: "dresscode: smoking tilladt" eller "dresscode: Vi ser gerne smoking", så giver man en indikator til såvel mændene som kvinderne i selskabet om, hvilket niveau af højtidelighed I ønsker festen er på. Dette gør I dog uden samtidig at forlange noget af gæsten. Gæsten får den valgmulighed, at det er tilladt at komme i smoking, men at jakkesæt dermed også er helt okay. En sådan formulering sætter nogle gode grænser for påklædning uden at virke for krævende. 

Som en sidste ting skal det nævnes, at dresscode altid bliver sat ud fra mandens påklædning. Man nævner altså normaltvis ikke kvinden under dresscode, da mandens påklædning indirekte ansporer kvindens. 

Selvom mange vælger ikke at skrive dresscode på, så husk, at selv ingen dresscode er en dresscode. Men kan jo altid skrive: "dresscode: Det du føler dig bedst tilpas i." 

I nedenstående link finder I regler og overvejelser for valg af dresscode. Men uanset hvad så husk, at de væsentligste regler er de regler, I selv laver for jeres bryllup 🙏🏻 

 

http://www.bryllupsklar.dk/gaest-til-bryllup/dresscode.htm_

 

Er læselysten endnu ikke styret, så tjek også gerne hvad wikipedia har at sige om emnet!  

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dress_code