We’re very excited to have you come to our wedding! Swiss weddings are a little different than American ones. The celebration lasts throughout the day. It will start at 1:00pm and have events throughout the afternoon and evening. The ceremony beings at 1:00pm and is followed by appetizers and mingling in the lobby of the church. Group photos and a private dinner and the evening celebration is the third part. All of our US guests are invited to the private dinner (but please RSVP so we know you’re coming!)
Dress: Semi-Formal or Cocktail Attire (think suit and tie for men and nice dress for women)
Free Christian Community (FCG) Aarau
More information on the RSVP Page
Switzerland is a long way away from the States. While we’d love to have you all there in person, we realize it’s not always possible. This is why we’re going to live stream our wedding on a private Facebook event. We’d love for you to still be able to join us even if it’s on the other side of the pond. The video will be beginning at 4am PST (7am EST). It will be recorded and saved on the private Facebook event so you don’t have to watch it in the middle of the night and can watch it later.
Add Your Own
If you’d like to add your photos to our wedding, please use the hashtag #WeddingGoff so we can view all of the moments from the day.
Since we’re starting our new life together in a semi-new country, there’s lots of unknowns before us. If you’d like to give to our new life together, money is the best route for us. You can send money via Cash App to $AbramJGoff or via Paypal to email@example.com or send a check to 1191 Peregrine Way, Redding, CA 96003. For those of you who would prefer to get a gift, we are registering with Amazon. When you order from our Amazon Registry, it will automatically send it directly to our house in Redding. This way we’re not transporting your gifts through customs.
We’d love for all of our U.S. guests to join us and Michelle’s close friends for the private dinner and celebration that evening. Please click the link below and RSVP for the dinner that evening. The password to the page is on the invitation you received in the mail. If you lost the invitation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text (304) 483-3757 to get the password.
Swiss Weddings have a special role called “Tätschmeister” which is often a close friend that serves as a wedding planner and emcee of the night. We have an excellent couple, Melina and Nicola (Michelle’s sister-in-law and brother), who are taking that role and will help answer any of your questions.