Who chooses what the groom wears?
Most grooms will be responsible for sorting out their own outfit. The ushers and grooms father can be left to choose their own designs unless they are to be matching also.
Does the groom choose his own suit?
You’re right. You should be able to pick out your own wedding tux instead of having your bride-to-be tell you what you’re going to wear. … Tell her that you are going to go look at tuxes and decide what you like.
Do groomsmen pay for their own suits?
Whether the groom and his groomsmen are buying new tuxedos or suits or renting for the occasion, his family is traditionally responsible for paying for that outfit (Note: In many modern weddings the groomsmen pay for their own outfits.)
When should grooms get their suits?
One Month Before: Order the Groom Suit
Each order is delivered two weeks before your wedding—plenty of time for the groom and groomsmen to try on their suits and ensure everything is right and ready to go before your big day.
What color tie should the groom wear?
We’ve seen the groom wear a tie in the main wedding color while the groomsmen wear an accent color. Or, for a more traditional look, the groom can wear a neutral color tie (black, white or ivory) while the groomsmen wear a tie that matches the wedding color. For an ombre look, put everyone in a different color tie.
How much money should the groom’s parents give?
Parents of the bride and groom collectively contribute about $19,000 to the wedding, or about two-thirds of the total cost, according to WeddingWire. The bride’s parents give an average $12,000, and the groom’s, $7,000.