So… something for our grooms and groomsmen? You should look and feel fabulous standing next to your blushing bride, but how will you best compliment her style whilst expressing your own?! By colour, by style, by buttonhole? We have some serious contenders as demonstrated by our real grooms! Take inspiration, get creative and steal the style from these gorgeous groom’s that will show off your personality as an individual and as a couple!
A textured petrol blue hued suit jacket and blush shirt (not pink) are finished off with a myriad of personal tastes gathered for a freeform buttonhole. A country rustic striped feather, a delicate blush rose to accent the shirt and some lush forest greens and succulents for a boho outdoor wedding. This look is effortlessly wild and chic all at once!
A bold complimenting colour to the theme of the day is often all that is needed to accent your bride and/or her maids. A simple smart black suit and waistcoat with a peachy pink tie and similar ombre rose is the perfect pop of colour!
A light grey suit & waistcoat, baby pink bow tie and pocket square, rope and foliage button hole.
If a neutral base waist coat is more your thing or better suits the style of your day, but you want to be brave with the shirt, opt for a slightly patterned shirt with no more than two colours within it. This groom has matched his striped confetti shirt with a Prussian blue pocket square and a peachy shade bow tie to contrast the candy pink stripe! We think he looks rather slick if we do say so ourselves and definitely dressed for a summer celebration!
Subtle yet a male version of romantic. This silvered matt grey waist coat and trousers on top of a cornflower blue shirt is a great colour on this groomsmen group for a destination wedding.
Nothing screams dapper like a classic black and white combo suit and tie for your man!
A checkered tweed jacket and waistcoat, teamed with a white shirt, hues in plum and magenta for a repeat pattern tie and stitch piped pocket square look super stylish for this groom. The magenta pink fabric rose buttonhole gives an quirky, alternative and creative DIY look.
3 Shades of Grey! Try a mid grey suit with a charcoal grey tie, white shirt and foliage-based buttonhole including blushed berries and frosty silvered leafage to complement the neutral tones.
For Kayla & Sam’s wedding which was very elegant, minimally coloured with a touch of vintage charm and elegance, Sam opted for a tailored navy suit and velvet-look tie with a small floral buttonhole. Deep sophisticated shades never date and contrasted perfectly with Kayla’s white angelic gown. Here the star of Sam’s outfit is the scarlet velour tie!
A velveteen look aegean blue waistcoat and Jacket with a white shirt and white pocket square, navy and white patterned bow tie – something like this can add a pattern without dominating your overall look with a buttonhole too and can really reflect your personal style – find something similar with lecolonelmoutarde.com!
A light cinder grey waist coat and trousers with a white shirt and white tie. This is a simple yet summer smart option for your groomsmen – even for a destination wedding, keep it light and bright!
A mid grey suit, light sage tie and pocket square, rose & pink blush accent floral button hole contrasts well with the gentle green.
This one we couldn’t resist putting in just for the story it evokes and a cute alternative to the traditional buttonhole for this couple! The country look is achieved perfectly by the tweed jacket, navy blue waist coat and baby blue or crisp white shirt, Grape Soda bottle top (The Ellie badge!) – a referenced love story from Disney’s ‘UP’!