Whether Justin Timberlake and his lady or Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jay Gatsby and his Daisy Buchanan, the message is the same: all pressed up in black and white is in at weddings!

All pressed up in black and white

And you’re dressed in that dress I like

Love is swinging in the air tonight

Let me show you a few things

Justin Timberlake, “Suit and Tie,” Directlyrics.com

Brides from LA to Long Island are steppin’ up to make their wedding a black tie affair. They get their cue from the roaring twenties film, The Great Gatsby: all glitter and glamour.

Summer and Fall 2013 brides want to have their man, his best man, and their guests all pressed up in black and white: tuxedos, or black ties. So, where does a bride put this important piece of information on their wedding invitation? The reception card.

Let’s take a look at the role of the reception card. It is to invite the guests to the reception. It is required if the reception is held at a location other than where the ceremony is held.

Wedding Dress Look-a-Likes: Jessica Biel

Posted by Caitlin on Oct 25, 2012

Dress Designers (from left to right): Vera Wang and Abed Mahfouz

Jessica Biel was serenaded by future husband Justin Timberlake as she walked down the aisle wearing a custom Giambattista Valli Haute couture gown at her Italian wedding Oct. 19. Not to mention it was petal pink!

This isn’t the first time we have seen celebrity brides wearing a non-white wedding gown. Amber Tamblyn wore a mustard-colored dress at her Oct. 6 wedding to David Cross, and Anne Hathaway wore a custom pink Valentino gown at her Sept. 29 wedding to Adam Shulman. Let’s not forget Reese Witherspoons’ Monique Lhuillier blush-hued gown at her March 2011 wedding to Jim Toth. Does this make the colored wedding gown an official trend? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below or for more inspiration, check out our wedding dress photo gallery.