It’s not just the bride who will have eyes on her when she’s walking down the aisle. The groom’s attire is equally as important, so it’s a big decision planning your suit when you’re getting ready to say “I do.”

Here are a few great ideas you might want to consider when choosing your suit.

The morning suit

If you’re opting for a very formal classic wedding theme, the morning suit is a perfect choice. With a fitted long coat and high sitting trousers, you will exude class and elegance. You may opt to pair your morning suit with a top hat for an extra special finish.

A three-piece suit

The three-piece suit looks smart and stylish, and consists of trousers, waistcoat, and a double or single breasted jacket, matched with a suitable tie. Ensure that the shoulders lie flat for a well-fitted finish. Adding a belt gives a more formal tone to any suit.

The kilt

If you have a Scottish background, or even if you don’t, you might wish to wear a kilt instead of a standard suit on your big day. There are various tartans you can opt for that are universal, and are suitable for anybody who doesn’t have a tartan descending from family lineage.

Whatever you choose for your groom’s suit, you can get advice from the wedding planning team here at Delamere Manor, one of the top luxury wedding venues in Cheshire. Give us a ring today to discuss your plans.

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