Groom Ties for 9 Different Wedding Themes

We’ll just admit it. We’ve neglected the grooms. We’ve been too caught up in gowns and sparkling headpieces to even think about anything masculine. We’re sorry, okay? From now on we promise to be more thoughtful of those men who make you so very happy. After all, a stylish bride paired with a frumpy groom is just a down right tragedy.

In attempt to make up for our male fashion neglect, here are nine groom ties for you to admire…

1. Glamorous
Jay Kos: Pink Blue Gathered Dot
The light pink dots strewn against this tie’s striking shade of blue look like little floating gems.
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2. Beachy Cyberoptix: Maritime Map “Bermuda Triangle”
This design is beachy without being kitchy- the trick to incorporating theme elements into your wedding.
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3. Ultra-Femme MeandMatilda: Peacock Feather
If your guy doesn’t mind wearing pink, buy this tie NOW. We’re actually a little jealous it isn’t offered as a dress.
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4. Eco-Friendly Jaan J.: Macclesfield
We’ll admit we were curious as to what we would find for ties in this category. Luckily we found this little vegan treasure!
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5. Rustic
Scatterbrain Ties: Tangled Forest
Scatterbrain Ties seems to be in the business of transfering art onto accessories. We are so amazed by this craftsmanship.
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6. Modern
Ermenegildo Zegna: Puntinè
We’re spotting this unique color more and more these days and happen to think it would look fantastic matched wth a slick black tux.
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7. Eclectic
Speak Louder: Samuel Beckett
They should have just screen printed the word “hip” right on the front of this tie, because it has cool written all over it.
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8. Vintage
Marcello Neckwear: Liberty Print
We’re picturing this tie next to a bride’s antique lace wedding gown and thinking “Ahhh, pure perfection.”
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9. Handmade
A good gingham print is all about proportion. That said, this tie won’t make the groom look like a picnic table.
MeandMatilda: Black Gingham
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Love wedding theme ideas, but already have a tie picked out? That’s okay! Take a look at one of our other blogs here for tips and tricks.

By: Kelly Hamilton

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