Photos (from left to right): Boss Hugo Boss Sharp Fit Dress Shirt, $145 at Norstrom; Tommy Hilfiger Suspenders, Rugby Stripe, $45 at Macy’s
The key to a stylish groom or groomsmen ensemble? Snazzy finishing touches! Choose multi-colored plaid button-up shirts and striped suspenders for your rustic farm fete, anchor tie bars and polka-dot socks for your preppy seaside soiree, or even superman or batman cufflinks and vests (without the jackets) for your whimsical casual celebration. Find more fashion accessory inspiration here.
Considering all the WeddingWire photo galleries, real weddings, and styled shoots, any bride-to-be has plenty of inspiration to drool over, but what about the groom-to-be? That’s why we’re spreading the love with these 33 cool ideas that he (and his ‘men) can wear on the big day! Our favorites: seersucker, suspenders, cardigans, and stand-out socks.
Today’s wedding styled shoot features a 1920s-inspired theme with pops of color — gold, ivory, peach, and pink. Think: Great Gatsby! The bride wore a satin v-neck wedding gown, accessorized with a pearl statement necklace and headband, while the groom wore a classic black tuxedo, accessorized with a bow tie. A sequined and balloon covered backdrop served as the focal point along with clocks to prepare for the stroke of twelve. Floral arrangements included roses, hydrangeas, scabiosa pods, pine cones, and greenery. We love how the natural elements are sparkling with glitter, and let’s not forget the champagne toast. A New Year’s Eve celebratory necessity. Cheers, y’all, here’s to 2014!
In honor of New Year’s Eve, our Fashion Editor gathered 15 utterly adorable (and affordable!) accessory ideas you can wear not only on your big day but also long after too. From elongated Art-Deco earrings that will set off your updo and loose curls out on the town to an evening box clutch that will look just as good with your wedding gown as your pair of skinny jeans, she’s found lots of ways to make you S-P-A-R-K-L-E!
Today’s wedding styled shoot features a soon-to-be Mr. and Mrs. and lots of romantic shabby chic details, including an altar under an old oak tree with sheer fabric, chandeliers, and hanging mason jars and picture frames, a dessert display with cheeky “Indulge” signage and pastel mini cake, and a birdcage atop vintage suitcases for cards. Just look at that bright bouquet!