Summertime is here. That means wedding season is upon us. The calendars are filling up with save the dates and invites to summer themed nuptials. Maybe you’re the groomsman, or an honored guest, or even the lucky man himself. Either way, your wardrobe probably has you confounded. If you’re still clueless on which tuxedo you should wear for the big day, keep reading for some great suggestions. (more…)
The perfect season for a special ceremony.
Summer is at its sweltering peak, but with the end of August just a few brief weeks away, the prospect of autumn cool is growing more and more appealing. The fall has something for everyone: The start of Football, Labor Day cookouts, leaf piles, holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving. It’s a season both of youthful fun and wiser, more mature romance. In other words, it’s the perfect season for a wedding. If you have any kind of input for your wedding day, it’s what you’re going to wear, and if you’re tying the knot anytime between September and the end of November, you should be sure that your ensemble as a bridegroom reflects the class and taste of the season. Here are just a few thoughts and suggestions for all autumnal husbands-to-be: (more…)
The summer months are filled with a whirlwind of bachelor parties, rehearsal dinners, and weddings. If you are engaged, than hopefully you have been paying close attention to the rising cost of weddings. According to recent surveys conducted by the Wedding Channel and TheKnot.com, the average cost of an American wedding in 2011 came in at upwards of $27,000. It is rapidly approaching the height of wedding season and as you gather decoration ideas at all of the weddings you attend, make sure that you are also thinking about how to cut costs at your own celebration.