More info & details

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Optional After-Party

 

Julie & Randy's house: 104 E Cedar Street, Livingston, NJ

3pm - 9pm

973-736-4882

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Gifts

 As this is a second wedding for both Julie and Randy, gifts are not required or expected.  There is no gift registry. 

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Hotel (for those who desire accommodations)

 

Hotel Westminster

550 W Mount Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039-1608

973-533-0600

Reservations for the wedding room block must be made by calling.  

Ask for the Ehlers/Needham wedding; a room block has been reserved

https://www.westminsterhotel.com/   

There will be a shuttle to/from the wedding ceremony & reception.  The hotel has a pool, and dining facilities.  Those choosing to stay at the hotel get to pay for their own rooms @ $159/night.

Additional information / FAQ

(Answers which might or might not offend you)

 

RSVP // Can I RSVP on this website?

No, this website does not accept RSVPs.  Please return the RSVP card from your invitation or email Randy or Julie.  Our E-Addresses are JEhlers2 at yahoo.com and Rando at Needhams.us 

Or, send a note to our home address:   104 E Cedar Street, Livingston, NJ 07039.



What should I wear?

This is a formal, morning, spring wedding.  

The ceremony, cocktail hour and reception are all indoors.

Bring your dancing shoes!


No, really, what should I wear?

For men: A suit is good choice.  If you want to go wild with formal clothing, a morning coat or the traditional formal wear of your ancestors (kilt? Nigerian wedding suit?) would be fun.  If you want to be pedantic -- and who wouldn't? -- a tuxedo is not appropriate since this event takes place before 6PM.

For women:  Shoes you can dance in. Not a white wedding dress or a black funeral outfit. Other than that, you're on your own.

In our backyard:  Jeans, or whatever is comfy.



Is there a theme to the wedding?

Yes: ballroom dancing, which Randy and Julie have been doing together for many years.  In addition to the traditional first dance (for Randy and Julie) and the usual wedding dancing (for all), there will be some dancing activities led by ballroom dancing professionals.  Please do come with dance-friendly footwear and a willingness to get up and dance.



What beverages will served?

Mimosas will be served during the cocktail hour.  

Beer, wine and soda will be served during the reception, along with a champagne toast. 



What are the after-party details?  Is it optional?

Yes it is optional!!  For those for whom it is a delightful treat to socialize in Julie and Randy's mostly-dog-poop-cleared back yard, entertained by conversation and fed by take-out Chinese food, pizza, and wedding leftovers -- this is for you!  Optimal attire is jeans and a sweatshirt, but allowances will be made for those who retain their wedding finery.



Um, the after-party sounds "delightful".  Will anyone be offended if we don't come?

Not at all!  If you are asking this question, then the answer is:  thank you so much for sharing our wedding and reception; it was an honor and a privilege to share our wedding day with you.  Now please go home (travel gently!)  



If you want to burglarize our home while we are getting married:

Don't bother, the house will have a house-sitter.



Sunday festivities?

For those who didn't have enough fun on Saturday, Sunday activities might include brunch with the newlyweds.  Details TBD. 



Julie & Randy at dance class

Julie & Randy at dance class