You've been planning your perfect wedding for months. Somewhere between finding the venue, photographer and scrolling through insta to find ideas for styling the big day, grooms can get a little lost in the planning.
Whether you have been the creative director from the start or you have taken a back seat, now is the time to ensure that the groom and groomsmen also look the part.
Here we have gathered some wedding suit inspo from our own customers to help you create that dapper look.
A pop of colour...
Red knitted ties and matching pocket squares were worn at this summer wedding to match the colour scheme and add colour to the blue three piece suits.
A burgundy knitted tie and pocket square was chosen with this navy blue three piece suit with black lace up shoes.
A poplar wedding trend is taking suit separates and making a layered look. This groom took a brown tweed jack, brown knitted tie and paired with black chinos and brown brogues.
Taking inspiration from the colours of autumn, this groom took a brown tweed three piece suit and paired it with a burgundy knitted polka dot bow tie.
The perfect match...
If your bride is planning on wearing a colourful wedding dress or you're a wedding guest, consider adding the same or similar colour to the groom's tie or bow tie for a complementary look.
Using accessories in the same colour tone as your suit creates a very dapper look. This dashing young man chose navy blue knitted bow tie and paired with a silk polka dot pocket square.
That summer look...
Mellow Yellow Knitted Bow Tie with matching suspenders
A two piece light grey suit paired with a dusty pink knitted bow tie Three piece navy blue suit paired with a champagne knitted bow tie and matching pocket square
Or pair the three piece navy blue suit with a champagne tie
The Classic Black Tie...
Or if you want to take a twist on a timeless classic then look no further than a cream tux and black silk knitted bow tie against a crisp white shirts.
For more suit and tie inspiration check out our suit and tie blog