Finding their ‘something blue’ can be a tricky decision for brides when they start to plan the details of their dream day.Popular choices include blue jewellery, hair accessories and shoes. Alternatively, we say why not make your groom your something blue?! As more and more grooms walk down the aisle in blue, we think it is the perfect opportunity to make your groom part of the tradition of the day!

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Blue suits have taken the groomswear scene by storm, becoming a subtle expression of personality in a sophisticated shades that isn’t a million miles away from a classic neutral navy. More traditional navy three-pieces are joined by royal blue, cornflower, lapis and cerulean, even light blue as husbands-to-be opt for cool tints particularly in the summer months.

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For couples wanting to introduce a subtler ‘something blue’, accessories are key. Add a flash of blue to your groom’s pocket square, tie or bow tie to incorporate the colour. If your bridal bouquet includes blue blooms, ask your florist to make up a blue buttonhole for your groom too. Often overlooked, cufflinks and watches are another classy and understated way to add the shade to the groom’s outfit.

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Read more about how you can keep the little traditions alive on your wedding day with your groom in our August issue on page 68!