2019 Weddings: Men’s Attire
Only last year did I realize that I was being sexist by only writing round ups of the bridesmaids’ attire, so 2018 was the first year I wrote about men’s wedding attire. I like last year’s post and I love this year’s look back as well.
If you want to see more from my 2019 real weddings, you can click to see the shoes, cakes, bouquets and a data-driven analysis.
After planning a wedding for two grooms in 2018, and working hard with their photographer to make cool flat lays of their attire and details (just like we do for our brides,) I am now super into groom flay lats and I am really proud of what we made for this wedding (above.)
The Black Tux
You can’t go wrong with the classic black tuxedo for the men’s wedding attire.
Yes, that’s a groomsmaid, above. She wore the same color dress as the bridesmaids. But she looks great here with the groom and groomsmen.
The Blue Tux
Maybe your wedding is a little earlier in the day. Or maybe it is the dead of summer. Possibly it is at a more casual or rustic venue. If so, a blue tux might be a great option for the groom’s wedding attire.
The Green Tux
When your wedding is at your childhood home in a tent, and you are a cool, funky, boho LA couple, you get a bespoke green suit for yourself and custom leopard Chuck Taylors for all your guys. I also really love the pale blue shirts here. These men really nailed their wedding attire.
The Gray Suit
Always a popular option for those men who are looking for formal wedding attire, but not the most formal attire. Gray suits are great for those sunny, summer weddings.
Below you will see two different grooms opt for a slightly darker gray suit than their wedding party. You love to see it.
Yep, another groomsmaid! This time she wore a dress to coordinate with the men’s wedding attire, whereas the bridesmaids wore lavender gowns.