Planning a Wedding - Suits
In previous years suits weren't classed as an overly important part of a wedding day with many grooms, best men and ushers wearing their own suit and no-one matching. However the suit has now become a much greater importance for many grooms. My husband didn't want to go to the average suit hire shop for his suit. He shopped around to look at he quality and styles available and chose a boutique shop that would fit the suit perfectly for him and his bestman and ushers.
There are so many different styles to choose from that it can be a little overwhelming, but think about the theme of the day. If you are having a traditional wedding consider a morning suit, or for a vintage theme a quirky tweed style suit.
Here are some suit ideas we found on pinterest.
1) Traditional Suit
Probably the most popular style of suit used as it is traditional and classic and doesn't date
2) Informal Suit
Works well with a more informal wedding and in warmer weather. I can imagine this with a country garden theme or a wedding outdoors.
3) Coloured Lining
Having a coloured lining put in your jacket is a great way to have your suit compliment the colour scheme.
Still a classic style suit, but in a more summer suiting cream.
If you fancy a real alternative to the suit why not go for shorts?
For a fabulous scottish theme, perhaps a Tartan Suit. Here is Pharell Williams on his wedding day.
8) Vintage Style
With the vintage theme so popular at the moment some grooms are really getting into the theme with tweed style suits