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Angelina Young

Acceptable colors to wear to a wedding?

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Some day I am going to have my own wedding, I hope in the nearest future, but I was thinking of possible colors my guests can wear during ceremony. Can someone please advice acceptable hues? Thanks!

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Hope you gonna have a fabulous wedding! Your guests can be dressed in whatever you like. All you need is to write dress code in your invitation: white tie, black tie, formal, black tie optional, beach formal, etc. For instance, a white tie means that ladies can wear formal ball gowns in neutral colors, like brown or black completed with gorgeous jewelry, while men should wear tuxedos in black color with tails and white vests with bow ties. A black tie wedding means an evening affair, where gents are clad in tuxedos with black ties and classy patent leather shoes and ladies are wearing chic cocktail dresses in neutral colors.

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Of course, everything depends on your decision. If you want everyone come in black, just write in your invitation: dress in black! Everyone will have to come in black. I personally was invited to one wedding where dress code was blue and green/yellow. At first I was shocked and didn't want to go, but after some hours, I created a fabulous look. This is definitely one of my favorite color combos I used to wear to a wedding. Perhaps, blue and green is not a great combination, but the result looks very energetic and impressive!

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Hey, Usually most of the people nowadays are using dress code in age wise. I would like to suggest you prefer blue or yellow color as a dress code for males and pink or yellow for females. Wearing the dress code for the wedding is a really good idea, and it creates some enthusiasm in everybody who is also not interested to come to the wedding. 

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