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Oh, our dapper gents! I do love seeing what the grooms and groomsmen will don on the big day as much as I love finding out which dress the bride chose. Watching all these Southern gents clean up nicely is another reason why we love them so.

Yellow gingham bow tie and cotton boutonniere: photo by Q Weddings from Alaina + Ryan’s wedding.

Custom embroidered ties for each groomsman: photo by Divine Light Photography from Darcy + John’s wedding.

On the left, fabulous nautical groomsman (photo by Captured Photography by Jenny from Meg + Jeremy’s wedding), and on the right, crisp black suits and a winterberry and feather boutonniere (photo by Landon Jacob from Casey + Wojtek’s wedding).

Jeans, gingham, suspenders, and shotgun shell boutonnieres. Yes. Photo by Nancy Ray from Samantha + John’s wedding.

Classic military dress blues. Photo by The Nichols from Madeline + Jake’s wedding.

Perfect seersucker suits and fresh white boutonnieres. Photo by Melissa Schollaert from Meg + Jeremy’s wedding.

On the left, a sweet embroidered tie from the bride to the groom (photo by Mark Williams Studio from Marielle + Michael’s wedding), and on the right, a burlap and vintage key boutonniere (photo by Nathan Westerfield from Amelia + Dan’s wedding).

An eternally stylish sharp white dinner jacket: photo by Kellie Kano from Kelsey + Brandon’s wedding.

Captured Photography by Jenny, Landon Jacob, Nancy Ray, and Melissa Schollaert are fabulous members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
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