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The Groom’s Guide to Standing Out at The Wedding

Your wedding day is special, and you want to make sure that you look your best. While the bride undoubtedly takes center stage, there are ways for the groom to stand out as well.

When you’re the groom at a wedding, it’s important to make sure that you stand out from the rest of the guests. After all, you’re the star of the show! There are many ways to do this, but choosing an exciting outfit is the easiest. So here are some tips on looking your best on your big day.

Tips to make the groom stand out in his wedding photos

You can do some things to make sure your groom stands out in your wedding photos. Here are a few tips to help him look his best.

First, have him pick a color that contrasts well with his outfit. A bright green tie against a black tuxedo will pop in the photos.

Second, add accessories. A boutonniere, pocket square, or even a scarf can make a difference.

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Finally, make sure he knows how to pose correctly. This doesn’t mean standing stiff and staring straight ahead! Instead, have him relax and lean back slightly, put one hand in his pocket, or even hug you. By following these simple tips, your groom will be sure to look great.

  • Give him a heads up if you’re wearing something similar to his outfit so he can make alternate arrangements if it makes him uncomfortable.
  • Do not try to steal the show or outshine the bride and groom on their special day by trying to go over the top with your wedding style. The couple should always stand out on their terms, not as an afterthought of their appearance.
  • If you do choose a tuxedo that’s different from what everyone else is wearing (i.e., black tie), make sure it fits properly – no matter how much better off you’d look in another suit!

Should the groom look different than the groomsmen?

When it comes to wedding attire, a few questions always seem to spark debate. One of those questions is whether the groom should look different than the groomsmen. On one side of the argument, some people say that having the groom and groomsmen all dressed in the same style makes for a more cohesive look. On the other hand, others argue that allowing the groom to stand out from the rest of the men in attendance can be an excellent way to show his individuality. So, what’s the right answer? Read on for some pros and cons of each option.

While the groom and groomsmen traditionally have coordinating looks, there is no reason why the groom can’t stand out from his groomsmen. He could wear a different color or style of suit or even a different type of accessories like a tie or pocket square. If you want to make him stand out, consider wearing a different color than the rest of the wedding party. This will add some interest and personality to your wedding photos. Just be sure that whatever he wears still looks polished and coordinated with the overall aesthetic of your wedding.