Not sure what your groom and his guys should wear on the big day? Grooms, are you looking for something new? Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing! And the best part is, there are no rules!
Of course, there is always the traditional tuxedo with bow tie.
The bow tie is a great way to be creative and show the groom’s personality.
Opt for suspenders rather than a vest or cummerbund.
If your guy has no clue how to tie a bowtie (and has no desire to learn), maybe he’ll prefer a necktie with a Windsor knot.
Add some flair to the guys’ attire with coordinating ties.
Suits are a very popular option and sometimes can be a less expensive way to go.
And they don’t have to be identical!
Or skip the jacket…
…and add tennis shoes. All-Stars have become a standard.
Sweater vests are a more casual way to go, and they are perfect for weddings set on a golf course.
…or in cooler weather.
Try matching their socks too!
Skip the tie and add flip-flops for comfort.
Skip the jacket and roll up your sleeves—a great look for destination or lakefront weddings.
Or wear linen and go barefoot—perfect for beach weddings!
Going for a vintage look? Try a light-colored, three-piece tuxedo or suit with a darker-colored tie.
I love the boat shoes as another footwear option! I am also a huge fan of corduroy! Wear it on the beach for a unique look, or try dark corduroy for a winter wedding.
Are you marrying a serviceman? Uniforms can be a very attractive alternative!
Is your guy Scottish or Celtic?
Whatever you decide, try to coordinate the look with your ring bearers too!