The official “dress-code” for the event is semi formal, but we are sure that anything you may want to wear will be great, just as long as it’s not a long white wedding dress. If you’re like Emilio, you have to google what exactly is meant by “semi-formal” and the dress code rules are always a little nebulous (I mean come on, does anyone really even know what “smart casual” is?). In regards to semi-formal, for women this tends to be a short afternoon or cocktail dress, a long dressy skirt, or something similar. For men, the strict definition is a dark suit or some combination or a jacket and tie. However, there will be no bouncer at the door, and a tie and jacket are definitely not required. Wear whatever feels right and whatever will allow for some quality dance moves later in the evening.
An important note, the ceremony and reception will be outdoors, and while there will be some outdoor heaters, we recommend bringing a light sweater or jacket. As well, just a heads up that the ceremony space is more forest than anything, and there will be a bit of a walk down some soft and slightly uneven ground to get there, so keep this in mind when selecting footwear for the evening as high heels may be somewhat of a challenge.