What to Do
We encourage you for your downtime to enjoy the many spots that the area has to offer! There is a lot to do in Somerville, New Brunswick, & of course Manhattan!
In Somerville:
Arts on Division - All weekend long, Division St will be hosting a judged art exhibition from June 20-22. This is a great way to mingle with local artists and view some impressive pieces! Visit: www.artsondivision.com for more info!
Friday Night Cruisers - Every Friday night Main Street is lined with rows of impressive antique and one of a kind cars. It’s a great way to cruise the streets of Somerville on a Friday evening!
Tapastre - This is our favorite friday night spot to go! This tapas & micro-brew bar is the talk of the town and a hot spot on the weekends! Friday Night Flights are always a great way to socialize & relax after the week! For specials & what’s on tap, visit: www.tapastre.com
For information on these places & more, visit: www.findsomerville.com
In New Brunswick:
From the theater to bars & coffee shops, New Brunswick has a wonderful spread to see & do! The Hotel bar is well equipped as well & has a wonderful atmosphere for a nightcap after the Reception!
For information on these places & more, visit: www.newbrunswick.com
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What to Wear
When preparing for the Big Day, always remember that one is never fully dressed without a smile! Here is a basic guide for attire for both the Ceremony & Reception.
The Ceremony is Formal with Black Tie/White Collar optional. The Service will be a full formal liturgy with the richness of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Tradition.
Meaning that Tuxedos for all and Clergy Collars for the Clergy Folk are optional.
For the Men: We encourage our gentlemen guests to wear a suit & tie, vest optional. Since this is a festive occasion, colors and patterns are highly recommended as well as hats and the like.
For the Women: We encourage our lady guests to wear from a floor length gown to a short, dressy cocktail dress. Like the gentlemen, colors and patterns are highly recommended. Hats, shawls, and other festive accessories are also welcome for the service.
The Reception is Festive Casual, weather appropriate. Since the reception will be in the Gardens, we would like our guests to be comfortable, no matter what the weather may bring!
For the Men: Our Gentlemen guests are encouraged to wear weather appropriate attire. A festive button-down shirt, with or without tie, and casual pants. A sport jacket or sweater can also be worn. Or if weather permits, Casual shorts or Bermudas and a polo shirt are also welcome.
For the Women: For our Lady guests, a sundress is perfectly appropriate or casual shorts and polo, just be mindful of the weather!
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