Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Country Club Dress Attire..

Hello ladies!  Hope you're all having a great week.
Mr. and I met w/ our amazing stationary designer this weekend & we couldn't be happier. We landed the most amazing and creative person on the planet to design these for us. Each and every product she comes up with blows us out of the water.

I still can't wait to show you our save the dates and I will soon, I promise! :)

There is one thing that she and I are stumped on though and I'm reaching out to you fabulous ladies for help.

As you know, our ceremony and reception are taking place at a Country Club.. So there is a strict dress code. We are stumped on a polite, unique way to tell everyone that they need to dress in "Country Club Attire" - we also know that a lot of people don't know what country club attire means.

Our club has the following dress code - No denim, Men must wear collared shirts, and women must be in lengthier dresses/skirts. 

Our designer thought it might be fun to insert a page that has "Additional Information" and say something like
Please be aware the Country Club Attire is required on Country Club Property.
Country Club Attire 
- Noun
No denim, collared shirts required for men, and lengthy dresses required for women.

What do you all think? Do any of you have any ideas?!? :)


  1. How fun! I can't wait to see what you come up with.

    I definitely think that adding a page with information about the appropriate attire would be extremely helpful! If I were to see it, I wouldn't have a clue as to what to wear.

  2. Black tie? Formal? Try googling it? But I think that having a separate sheet would be fine! I dont think anyone would think anything poorly of it! I think it would def be an asset!

  3. I would just write formal attire.

  4. I think the appropriate attire info. would be great.. let me know what you come up with, how you phrase that. I'd like to put something similar on our wedding website.

    Looking forward to seeing what your Save the Date looks like! :)

  5. just catching up here..lol
    Yes! we had an little card that listed attire and we also had no childeren, so we listed that too!