The dress code at your wedding day can be a tricky decision to make. On the one hand, you don't want your guests to feel uncomfortable, but on the other you want amazing wedding pictures and an elegant feel to your celebrations. So how do you do it? And what is the best dress code etiquette?
"Sometimes a speciﬁc dress code can be useful for guests, but it can also be tricky," says Kim Neville, from The Pink Pumpkin events planning company.
"If you stipulate morning dress for all, for example, the vast majority of your guests would have to hire their outﬁt for the occasion - unless you speciﬁcally know your male guests own morning suits.
An alternative would be for your bridal party (the groom, fathers, ushers and best man) to wear morning suits and then for the guests to wear lounge suits or three-piece suits, which would still guarantee an elegant look to the wedding."
But whatever your dress code, the best way to avoid disappointment is to make sure it is clearly marked in your invitations.