Partners ditch classic wedding costume codes in favor of out-there themes

New York — “House Disco Cowboy.” “Yacht Shabbat.” “Burning Man Formal”? Additional couples are tossing custom when it will come to what wedding guests should have on, to some befuddlement amid invitees.

Maggie Long, 34, not long ago attended the nuptials of a shut mate in a lower-vital Denver lounge. The proposed costume? “Dive Bar Semiformal.”

“I enjoy a theme,” claimed Long, who lives in New York. “It truly is entertaining that people today are not having weddings so critically, but I had no idea what that meant.”

Just after exchanging views for months with the officiant, who is also a close friend, Very long took her outfit idea — a strappy extremely-mini gown — to the bride. The bride deemed it a bit far too “Kardashian cosplay.” Long at last settled on a slinky gold lamé number by Norma Kamali, and a great time was experienced.