Post # 1
Since we are having a summer wedding I was thinking using splashes of seersucker throughout the wedding as an accent. I saw this photo of a wedding party and feel in love I love tjhe idea but what would the guys wear. The FH wants to wear a classic tux would that be too formal with seersucker? Any advice?
Post # 3
I think seersucker is great and perfect for a summer wedding! It would be fabulous to use as an accent.
Post # 4
What about linen suits for the guys, to go with the seersucker? Or regular black/gray/blue suits, but with a seersucker shirt/no tie or shirt/seersucker tie, depending on how formal your wedding is?
I will say–it is DIFFICULT to find seersucker dresses a lot of times! You may consider having them made, as the fabric itself is pretty easy to find.
Post # 5
I am going to use Coren Moore dresses for the girls and flowers girlsm she does seersucker in pink blue and green. I was thinking of doing pink seersucker and sage green solid dresses, in the same style as the two dress in the photograph. Then maybe have the guys do sage green ties to bring it all together
Post # 6
I Agree that a formal tux may not balance out the casualness of seer sucker. Linen suits, tan suits or dress trousers with navy blazers might adjust a little better to the feel …
Post # 7
I agree, too: tux doesn’t work with seersucker. It’s even sort of a mixed time-of-day message: classic tux, more of an evening thing (as opposed to morning suit); seersucker totally a bright-sunshine fabric. For a sunny seaside wedding, with girls in seersucker, i think it’d go pale-blue cotton suit, or pale-gray-striped cotton suit, for the groom. As in, poplin. Or, yes, maybe linen — a Gatsby look.
Post # 8
thanks for the advice! I love the idea of linen suits but FH isnt too excited about that… so I might just do pale pink dresses and still using the two styles and colors hopefully it will achieve the same look 🙂