A man is the perfect accessory at a wedding

You don’t need me to tell you that any good outfit needs an accessory. The problem for a bride is that the wedding day doesn’t necessarily lend itself to a purse or bag. Good thing you’ve got a groom to finish the look.

Its fair to say that there is generally less enthusiasm for the groom’s wedding attire than there is for the bride’s dress but this doesn’t mean the grooms should become an afterthought. The wedding dress looks stunning, the bridesmaids look beautiful, the colour scheme and flowers have been carefully considered – then here comes the groom, looking like some kind of bozo that has sneaked into the wedding photographs rather than being half the reason the wedding is actually taking place.

Just because operation wedding dress is top secret, disguising the identity of the dress from the groom until the big day, it doesn’t mean that bride and groom shouldn’t try and co-ordinate outfits. Packing the groom of to Moss Bros with the sole instruction of incorporating the bridesmaid’s colours into the outfit is always going to end in disappointment.

Don’t get me wrong I’m sure the groom will look very smart in black or charcoal tails accompanied by a swirly waistcoat with a shade of pink that matches perfectly to the bridesmaid’s flocks. But remember this, your wedding album will feature more pictures of the bride and groom than the bride and bridesmaids and certainly more than the groom and bridesmaids (hopefully), so take the time to smarten him up and create the perfect looking couple.

It isn’t difficult it just takes a little time and tailoring.

Tschornow Photography Groom chandelier

Tschornow Photography Groom Not long now

Tschornow Photography Groom ready to go

Tschornow Photography Groom come down

Tschornow Photography Groom Anticipation