For the Grooms wear, Sarah and Craig were impressed by the quality and price that Mr Savile of Brentwood had to offer. Sarah spotted the groomswear company at a wedding fayre and decided that this was the best place to hire the outfits for the day.Craig wore a dark grey morning suit with a silver waistcoat whilst the rest of the groom’s party wore ivory waistcoats. All men wore Cadbury purple cravat and handkerchiefs; sticking to the wedding’s colour theme of lilac, silver and ivory.
Warren hired his suits from his old school friend’s company, Dickie’s Suit Hire. Paulina didn’t go with her groom to choose his wedding outfit, but Warren did have his mother and brother at his side as he picked his traditional top hat and tails.The groom wore a cream coloured cravat and waistcoat, whilst his groomsmen wore a soft dove grey colour. They all accessorised their suits with bright primary coloured socks, which added a comical and fun touch to their traditional attire.
How to Tie a Scrunch Wedding Tie thumbnail The rouche tie, informally known as the scrunch tie, is a variety of cravat that has gained popularity as a stylish and fun necktie for weddings. Grooms and groomsmen often choose scrunch ties in favor of more traditional cravats because of their youthful and flirty look. Like traditional cravats, scrunch ties consist of a thin strip of fabric that fits around the neck and two long, wide ends that form the decorative ruffling and tails.