Wedding fashion tends to focus mainly on the ladies. From your adorable flower girl to the bride's dress, all things lace and satin and girly are usually priority number 1. But you can't forget about your guys! The groom and groomsmen also need to be planned for. And while it's usually an easier decision, there are a couple of key things to keep in mind that you'll learn about in this newsletter.
First, here are some general rules to remember when finding suits or tuxes for your groom.
Rules for Outfitting the Groom:
Remember your venue and season- The groom and groomsmens' attire might look different at an outdoor barn wedding than a city hotel wedding.
Stay true to you- If the groom(s) doesn't feel comfortable in a tux or suit, then opt out of that! If your groom(s) feels more comfortable in cowboy boots or tennis shoes, embrace that! Just like the bride should feel her best on her wedding day, so should the groom.
Coordinate with the bride- If the bride opts for a large ballgown with sparkle, you might choose for something a bit more black tie for the groom.
Fit. Fit. FIT!- At the end of the day, the FIT is the most important part. A suit that is tailored to the groom(s) will ultimately look so much better. If you're not renting a tux, have your suit tailored to your measurements by a professional.