Monday 31st December 2012 - Married for 2026 days

Dress Code

So as it’s New Year’s Eve we thought we’d give you a great excuse to get into your glad rags. Brilliant news for the ladies (who doesn’t love getting dressed up?!) and great news for the boys (not having to think about what to wear).

So the dress code is strictly Black Tie (apart from the Scotties who may of course wear National dress if they choose). That means long formal wear for the ladies – no cheating with cocktail length unless you’re under 16 yrs.

If you want to hire a tux locally we’ve come across the following based in Sligo:

And for some suitably random fun we thought it would be great to have a masked ball for the dancing. Don’t worry – it’s not obligatory and you certainly don’t need to buy one or bring one along. Instead we’ve booked a leading Jamaican carnival artist to do a mask making workshop after the ceremony and before dinner.

We’ll provide the card, feathers, sequins and glue – you just need to bring your imagination. And then we can show case them later to a special dance where there’ll be prizes for the best masks on the dance floor…