@planforamiracle happy to help. i suggest paperless post if you dont want to bother with paper invites.
@Edith Zimmerman @planforamiracle well, edith is right. you put it on the invitation and then again in the follow up email reminder that you normally send a day or two before the event. In that reminder you can elaborate on the dress code. You make it sound appealing like "put on the party dress you've been waiting to wear" or a more pushy approach, which somehow I get away with "bow ties required" or neutral "costume highly encouraged". If you spread the word to your guests one by one when you speak with them beforehand, just mention it. At the end of the day, its your party and you should do what you want. If you go to all the trouble of throwing an event, the least your guests can do is dress up.
@LaurenF You can mute the music on the lower left side. sorry!
@fondue with cheddar ha!! i sorta thought i was missing something...
@tea sonata um, i have a lot of ideas in my head and find inspiration everywhere. im always hunting for good props or ideas to use at some event, even if its not planned yet.
@martinipie that's an amazing idea!!! i'll add that to my list of event spaces. thanks!
@fondue with cheddar Hi. I'm not familiar with Wee ramekins but any kind of small bowl will work (or use paper cupcake cups). I use Una and Sur la Table. Hope that helps.
@rimy great! so glad to have inspired. :)
@Ophelia Hi. I'm not familiar with Wee ramekins but any kind of small bowl will work (or use paper cupcake cups). I use Una and Sur la Table. Hope that helps.