/wrap some duct tape around a ballpoint pen and carry it along--comes in handy if suitcases give way (altho miami has the shrink wrap men who saved our broken bag).
Dress up--it is one of the few chances you have. We have ordered tuxes for our young adults and they enjoy the family portraits we have from formal nights.
hi to everyone.My sons want to enjoy formal dinner and i was wondering if you could aswer me:
1.is it white shirt , dark trouses and tie enough for formal dinner fo 9 and 13 years boys?
or they MUST wear jacket? i soooo dont want buy new because i now they ll never wear it again.
2.now about shoes: they don't have ones and dont ready to change their all season's sport shoes. could they entrance in sport shoes?
3.if i should rent toxedo may be someone know how much is it?
Typical formal night "uniform" for boys and teen boys on Carnival: dress slacks, dress shirt and tie, dress shoes. Some will wear jackets, but most won't. Some will wear clean sports shoes, but I saw many wearing dress shoes.
Typical after dinner "uniform" for boys and teen boys on Carnival: shorts and hawaiian type shirt or t-shirts............they all run back to their cabins and change right after dinner!!!! Moms.....get your pictures while you can!
My boys (10 and 12) were not excited to get dressed up. But after the first formal night, they had no trouble getting ready for the second one. They enjoyed looking sharp and gave us no trouble. They were glad to have beeen properly dressed. They both wore dark suits, white shirts, and a tie, with dress shoes. My pictures from both formal nights were great.