Post # 1
Ok here is the situation. My wedding theme is bling. The decor is crystals/rhinestones, my BMs will have rhinestone jewelry, my dress will have bling also. So im wondering could I bling my Fiance by having him wear a rhinestone/crystal necktie??? Or is this completely “unmanly”?? Oh he will wear a white tux with this. Any advice??
Post # 3
you’d have to ask him. My Fiance wouldn’t be caught dead in anything blingy.
Does he normally wear a lot of bling?
Post # 4
Depends on the guy, but I’d guess no. What about a blingy tie tack?
Post # 5
I would try to avoid thinking of him as something you get to decorate to go with your theme. His comfort and happiness with his appearance is just as important as yours, and he should make the decision. I would feel awkward if my Fiance asked me to wear something I don’t want to because he has a theme in mind. On the other hand, if he gets excited about it, I don’t see why not.
Post # 7
No he’s not a bling guy. And his only jewelryy will be his wedding ring. But im a girly girl and like everything sparkle. So i thought about making him a custom diy tie with rhinestones. I guess i should ask him. Thanks 🙂
Post # 8
Depending on his style, maybe something like this for the reception and a few pictures?
A crystal necktie sounds awful to me, and a google image search only produces pictures of weird crystal tie-shaped necklaces. I like the blingy tie-tack idea and you can def get him some blingy cuff links
Post # 9
How about a ‘bilngy’ accessory not a completely blinged tie.. Like nice sparky cufflinks and tie pin or something
Post # 10
I would go with No. I can’t picture anything that wouldn’t look silly. However if he’s into it then I would go for it.
Post # 11
I think I will steal this idea for my Fiance to be… Decorate a normal necktie with bling…
Post # 12
I was at a wedding last weekend and the father of the bride had rhinestones on his bowtie. It looked absolutely ridiculous.
Post # 13
@future mrs Q: that’s a good suggestion.
Otherwise, no. It would be like the human equivalent of this.
Post # 14
Ok here is the situation. My wedding theme is bling. . .
Plural. Very important.
Repeat it to yourself. Practice until it becomes 100% natural and automatic.
And let him wear what he wants to wear. He’s a big boy, he can dress himself.
Post # 15
I don’t think you should asking us you should be asking your man. My fi would probably die from laughter before asking me if I was serious. But your man might go for it. I say be prepared for him to say no, and if he does let it go. Besides it seems like a little bit of overkill in my opinion.
Post # 16
I would think anything beyond a tiE clip and cuff links is overkill.