He Who dares

20 Jul 2011

He Who dares

Besides the bride, the groom is the most important person of the day, so it’s his time to shine…

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We all know the bride is guaranteed to shine on the big day, but in a room full of suits and ties, how does a groom stand out from the crowd? It’s traditional for the male wedding party to wear boutonnières, so choosing a different flower or colour is a subtle, but effective, way to set the groom apart. Wearing a different colour tie is also a great way for a groom to look different from his groomsmen.

Changing vest or waistcoat colors or designs will help designate him as the groom, but the more daring groom might even choose a completely different colour instead of just changing tones. Where once tuxedos and uniform colour schemes were traditional for weddings, some men are now choosing to wear a completely different colour suit or tux than their groomsmen – this is perhaps the boldest statement of all to make a groom really stand out among his friends.

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