Q: What should I wear for the wedding?
For the ladies, we would appreciate it if no one wears pants or slacks and definitely no denim jeans! We would prefer that you wear a short or long cocktail dress. And please, no white dresses please.
For the men, we would appreciate semi-formal to formal attire and no short-sleeved shirts and denim jeans! A dark suit or a long-sleeved shirt and tie would do.
**The time of the wedding should give you more of an idea on what to wear as well. Since our wedding is an evening affair, the attire should be semi-formal to formal.
Q: Can I attend the wedding reception only and not the ceremony?
You can, but you shouldn't! We would love for you to be a part of the ceremony and hear us exchange our vows and take our first step as a husband and wife.
Q: I have no idea what gift to bring, any ideas?
Your presence is truly the most important thing you can give us, but if you still choose to give us a present, please keep in mind that we live overseas and have already furnished our home. Bringing back home bulky presents can also be difficult so smaller or enveloped presents might be easier to take back with us. =)
If it would make things easier, we have set up a wishing well account so you can help us in saving for our dream honeymoon. The site sets up safe and secure transactions and money transfers towards our fund.
Should you wish to contribute to our honeymoon "piggy bank" simply visit our Wishing Well website at:
Q: I received an invite but have no plans on attending, what do I need to do?
As a simple act of courtesy, please RSVP and let us know if you cannot make it so we can open up your spot in our guest list and adjust the seating arrangements. This would be greatly appreciated.
Q: Can I bring a date or a +1 to the wedding?
Unless the invitation indicated so, we would appreciate it if you give us advance notice if you're planning on bringing another guest to the wedding. We want to have an intimate wedding so we planned to only invite those closest to us.
Q. What about children? We have kids in the family and are considering taking them.
As weddings are usually formal events, the ceremony and lengthy reception may not be appropriate for the little ones. So unless your child is part of the wedding ceremony, we would appreciate if we can keep the wedding an adult engagement only.