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.