Grooms, you already know that your bride is going to look amazing on your wedding day, so it’s important to make sure you’re looking dapper as well! While your suit is important, the little details can be what makes your attire pop. When it comes to suits, the tie is going to be the first thing people notice. That’s right– your tie is an attention grabber, so it’s important to be sure you’ve selected the right one.
1. Solid color
We’ll start off with a fairly standard option. There’s nothing wrong with a solid color tie, so don’t be afraid to find a fun color that will not only compliment your suit, but also add some flavor to your outfit.
2. Striped pattern
A striped tie can be a great way to add a little bit of flare to your suit. Stripes make for a pleasing pattern, make sure you mix and match the color options to find the best striped tie to fit your look!
3. Floral pattern
Now this option may not be too traditional, but a floral pattern will definitely be an attention grabber. The best part? There are so many color scheme/pattern options that it won’t be difficult to find the right fit for you.
4. Bow tie it up
If you’re not interested in the traditional long tie, bowties are a fun and fashionable alternative. There are plenty of options– anywhere from patterns, to stripes, to solid color, so mix and match until you’ve found a bowtie that works!
5. Skinny tie
Skinny ties are a perfect way to add a unique edge to your outfit. This a more modern trend when it comes to suiting up, and they look pretty darn great, too!
6. The bolo tie
If you’re having a country theme wedding, a bolo tie is definitely the way to go. Not only are they a unique alternative to a traditional look, but there are so many different shapes and sizes to choose from.
7. Know your knots
It’s not all about what type of tie you’re wearing. In fact, the way you tie your tie may just make the biggest difference. There are plenty of options out there, so be sure to do some research to find a unique knot!
What is your favorite necktie style for a wedding? Any other creative ideas you would like to share in the comments?