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Stylish Wedding Programs for Your Retro Ceremony

Does your wedding theme celebrate all the fun of the 1950s & ’60s?  Here are 10 retro wedding programs with creative designs. Greatest Hits Program Your love story plays out like a classic love song, so why wouldn’t your retro wedding have record-inspired programs?  This clever idea is great for smaller events, and you can […]
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20 Stylish Seating Charts to Greet Your Reception Guests

Designing your seating arrangements? Not fun. Figuring out who should sit at which tables can be a total headache.  However, creating your seating chart?  A total blast. These 20 seating charts run the gamut from elegant to playful, but all are creative. 1. This paper crane and wooden palette seating chart is fitting for an […]
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Stylish Shrugs & Wraps for Winter Brides

It seemed as if the warm weather was never going to fade into fall, and now it feels like we can’t have enough blankets on the couch!  With cold weather upon us, it’s time to check out the latest in shrugs and wraps to effortlessly pair with your wedding dress.  Lately, a few charming topper […]
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Stylish Floral Wedding Invitations

For many modern brides, floral wedding invitations sound a bit too traditional. Maybe a little too sweet. Perhaps they even remind them of their parents’ 1980s wedding invitations.  But today’s floral invitations are very pretty and completely chic (I mean, seriously, just look at the floral archway example above).  Here are a few different trends […]
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Stylish Wedding Attire for the Groom by Savvi Formalwear

Stylish Wedding Attire for the Groom by Savvi Formalwear

groomsmen in tuxedos and bridesmaids in light pink

When it comes to wedding fashion, the groom’s attire should be a once in a lifetime experience, similar to the bride’s search for her perfect gown. What the groom wears on his wedding day should complement what the bride wears. If the bride chose a formal wedding gown, the groom should follow her lead and wear formal attire, too. So, give his look some pizazz by paying extra attention to the men in the party.

 

Today, grooms have a wide selection of tuxedos and wedding suits, in grey, brown, tan, navy, white, ivory and of course black, which are available in multiple fits including slim, modern and traditional. Similar to the bride, the groom should always schedule a preview to try on different styles and fits. This will ensure that the groom will pick the style, fit, and color that will make him feel confident for the big day.

 

Savvi Formalwear is all about making the groom and his friends look impeccable for the big event.  A traditional black tuxedo is certainly a flawless way to go.  Above, when paired with a white vest and tie, the black makes the white “pop” out, giving off a dashing vibe.  Below, he can do his very best James Bond impression when that tuxedo is complemented by a classic black bow tie.

 

bride and groom walking out of church as guests throw petals

On the other hand, perhaps he is a bit of a fashionista himself. If your fella likes looking modern and on-point, there are few things better than this dark houndstooth tuxedo coat.  Traditional enough not to distract from your dress, but just enough of a “wow” factor to make him feel his most handsome!

houndstooth reception tacket

Check out more stylish suit coats at Savvi Formalwear.

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Stylish Flats and Kitten Heels for Bridesmaids

Stylish Flats and Kitten Heels for Bridesmaids

preppy pink and black flats with chunky bow

Sex and the City was on TV this last weekend, and I’ve got to say, that Carrie Bradshaw must have feet of stone.  Because no one I know can have a schedule like that and wear heels for all of it. There’s certainly a time for pretty, statement heels that jack your height up five inches, but 24/7, 365? No, thankyouverymuch.  The ladies in your bridal party are going to be on their feet all day, from helping you get ready to saying goodbye to the last guests at the reception.  Save their feet with these adorable options for flats and kitten heels.

Preppy weddings are such a popular theme for spring, and thankfully, nothing goes with a preppy bridesmaid dress like a pair of classic flats. Channel your inner Heather with a bow (above) or just a pair of geranium-hues perfection like the Kate Spades below.

sleek and preppy classic flats in geranium pink by Kate Spade

 

If your preppy palette is all about the navy and forest green, go with a pair of patent leather ankle straps in nude (below). As a bonus, these little cuties will go with just about anything, so your friends can take them from office-to-date long after your wedding.

nude patent leather ankle strap flats

 

Sparkle isn’t reserved for heels. All that glitters can also look swell in flats and petite heels. Below, these demure black shoes have sparkly black straps.

black kitten heels with sparkly strap

 

Metallics are still a huge trend for 2015, so if your plan is to cover your wedding in shades of gold, silver, bronze, or copper, why not also incorporate it into your bridesmaids’ shoes?  These black kitten heels with thin gold stripes (below) would ideally complement a gold sequined shift.

black kitten heels with thin gold stripessimple bronze metallic flats

 

Flats like these bronze (above) and silver jeweled (below) options would be a nice accompaniment to a simple a-line bridesmaid dress, or even a summery romper for those less conventional bridal parties.

silver sparkly ballet flats with small bow

 

One typical spring and summer wedding trend is a total saturation of color. After months of gray and snow and blah, it’s so refreshing to see pops of bright shades once again. These polka dot slingbacks are divine, right? Pair them with a deliciously retro dress and you are good to go.

polka dot slingback kitten heels in navy and pink

 

For modern brides with bridesmaids in really simple dresses, a pair of bright shoes can really make the whole ensemble pop. These t-strap flats in cobalt (below) would be pretty alone or with a pair of lightly-colored tights.

cobalt blue t-strap suede flats

 

LBDs are all the rage for bridal parties. And this is delightful news for those of us who are on the practical side, and only want to buy a dress if we’re going to wear it again.  For an elegant, evening wedding pair your little black dress with a chic d’orsay kitten heel in black, or a simple silvery shoe.

modern black d'orsay kitten heels   metallic silver kitten heels by Michael Kors

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