Here Come the Boys

It’s time to turn our attention to the men. It’s your wedding as much as your bride-to-be’s and you want to look good too. Whether you’re planning a grand Cheshire wedding in Capesthorne Hall’s Drawing Room or something more relaxed in the Lakeside wing, there’s a style here for you.

When you think of weddings, nothing says formal like a morning suit; top hat and tails. Personally, I prefer silver, but they are also available in black, navy, or grey. If you’re a traditionalist, then this is the style for you.Image Source -

There’s something about tweed that screams country wedding. It’s relaxed with an edge of formality, allowing you to express your individuality and totally on trend for late summer-autumn weddings. Tweed is definitely a style you should consider.Image by Neil Jackson Photographic -

Black Tie
There’s a reason black tie suits are always in fashion; every man looks great in them. This exclusive Whitfield & Ward design combines modern style and classic features with a single button dinner suit and satin lapels. With a wide range of waistcoats and accessories, you can also add a little colour to bring your theme together.Image Source -

No Tie
I’ll let you into a secret. Nowhere is it written that you must wear a tie. I’ll just sit back and let that sink in. If you’re having a super-relaxed wedding, and after all, aren’t they the best, why not ditch the tie completely. Especially if you wear one every day for work. This is your day too, after all.Image Source -

Light Colours
There is also no rule that says you must wear black or grey either. You can wear any colour you like, check with the bride first, though. Lighter colours are perfect for the summer and give you lots of opportunity to express yourself.Suit by Image by

Why not join us on Sunday 20th May 2018, 11am to 3pm, for our fun Wedding Fair –  Wedstival