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Tuck the Tux Away: Casual Groom Styles Are In!

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Put that tux back in the closet! With couples taking a more laid-back approach to their weddings, lavish duds are taking a backseat to more casual looks (think: faded Levi's, brightly colored corduroys and suspenders). We love this idea for a casual backyard affair, a rustic country celebration or a cool urban soiree at... read more

Guys Without Ties? These Grooms Did It!

These days we're all about guys rocking the tieless look—and not just for casual afternoon weddings either. From beach chic soirees to rustic, mountainside affairs, these grooms aren't afraid to express their relaxed personal style. Ditching the tie is the perfect opportunity let colorful boutonnieres (because let's face it, boutonnieres never really get the attention they deserve),... read more

How Your Groom Can Rock the Lumberjack Look

The latest look for grooms to rock is lumberjack style -- we're talking about plaid flannel shirts, pine cone boutonnieres, woolen vests and hiking boots.  Stay with us on this one, because it can actually really works in the right setting. Sure, it's not your classic formalwear but just like woodland and rustic barn weddings are becoming... read more

5 Hot Tuxedo Trends From the 2014 Emmy Awards

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Emmy statues aside, these five sharp tuxedo looks were winners too at the 2014 Emmy Awards! While there were a few out-of-the-box trends on the red carpet (velvet and checkered gray suits, anyone?), most of our leading men kept it classic and snazzy. Here are five of our favorite tuxedo trends of the night: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's... read more

Personalize Your Wedding Dress and Tuxedo (Like Poppy Delevingne Did!)

Remember when supermodel and socialite Poppy Delevingne wore a colorful boho-chic Emilio Pucci wedding dress for her second wedding in Morocco? (Not that any of that sounds overly extravagant or anything.) Well, Poppy just posted an Instagram photo of the inside of her gown that revealed a custom message that we love. This is... read more

13 Boutonnieres That Don’t Have Flowers

Forget about roses, peonies and ranunculuses --- there's no rule that says boutonnieres have to use flowers at all. Instead, branch out with unexpected elements like feathers, bottlecaps and blueberries for a totally unique look. Take a cue from your the tone of your wedding to incorporate elements that speak to the day's read more

9 Ways To Pull Off Patterns And Prints (For The Guys!)

While you can’t go wrong with a classic, black-tie tux, incorporating a pattern is a fun way to personalize his attire. From polka dots to paisley, there’s a pretty much a print for every style. The key to pulling it off is to balance a bold print with a solid. If you don't want the... read more

These Groomsmen Made Guests Go Crazy With a Choreographed Backstreet Boys Dance (Watch!)

Is this a wedding reception or a concert? Groomsmen at Sean and Ariana Rajaee's LA wedding surprised guests last weekend by lip-synching a mash-up of Beyonce and Jay Z's "Crazy In Love," Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious" and killed it on the Backstreet Boys's "I Want It That Way." Then came a Persian-inspired dance number (including fake mustaches). Their... read more

This Groom Will Wear the Comfiest Tux Ever (Made by Lululemon!)

If you told your groom in all seriousness that he could get married in workout clothes, chances are that he'd meet you at the altar in gym shorts and a T-shirt. But groom-to-be and Lululemon forum member Todd took his wedding tuxedo into his own hands when he didn't want to be hot on his wedding day.... read more

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson Had a Co-Ed Bachelorette-Bachelor Party!

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson's Fourth of July wedding is just more than three weeks away, so what did the couple who've been engaged for four years do for their wild bachelor and bachelorette parties? Spent them together! Jessica and Eric rounded up 40 of their closest friends and family members (including Jessica's mom and their wedding... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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