Wedding planning consists of so many small details: color scheme, center pieces, catering, flowers, etc. A lot goes in to finishing the groom and groomsmen look as well. From socks to cuff links & groomsmen gifts to pets you can find all of your answers right here.
Here are a few helpful hints from our wedding experts:
You could have the groomsmen wear colorful socks for an additional splash of color. We offer a wide-range of socks for all the guys in your party.
Tell him to leave the watch at home. A tailored
tuxedo will have him looking so good, people won’t be paying attention to his
wrists. Besides, with a good best man he won’t have to worry about the time.
But, if he, or you, feels it’s important, he should wear something understated
and elegant – which does not include that sporty watch he loves to wear to the
You should not wear a belt with any tuxedo.
However, wearing suspenders under your vest is appropriate.
For the groom who’s wearing neutral colors
to highlight his bride this
is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate some flare. Whether it’s his
favorite sports team or superhero, his cufflinks can be a way of showing off
When you’re ordering your flowers, don’t forget about the groom and his groomsmen. Their boutonnière’s should match your bouquet, as well as the colors of your wedding.
Your groom could accent his vest with a white or ivory pocket square to match the rest of his ensemble. His groomsmen should wear pocket squares that match the colors of your wedding.
It is proper etiquette to give the groomsmen a gift, as a personal thank you for being a part of your special day. When picking out your groomsmen gift, you should strive to be original.
(And don’t worry; nowhere in the wedding rulebook does it say that you have to give each of them matching gifts.)
For most couples, their pets are part of the family and are treated like children. Therefore, it is common to include them in the ceremony and photos.