What to wear? 怎么穿
Chinese weddings are often more flexible than Western weddings when it comes to the dress code. The bride and groom will be dressed up in full wedding getup, but you don’t want to outshine them, and you don’t have to. A rule of thumb is that the closer you are to the couple getting married, the smarter you should dress.
For gents, dressing smartly is still a good idea, but you certainly don’t need a tuxedo, and you might well not even need a suit. Smart trousers, shoes, a shirt (no tie) and sweater seemed to be the most standard attire. For women, the same flexibility applies. You’ll want to dress nicely, but you won’t want to outdo the bride.
Both men and women will want to avoid wearing black, which is the color of mourning in China. One of the brides outfits may be red, the color of weddings in China, so you may want to avoid that, too.