Post # 1
The groom and groomsmen are wearing tuxes with bowties.
We were thinking that the dads can wear the same tux, but with a tie instead of a bowtie to set them apart. Or should we keep everyone uniform in a bowtie?
Is there any etiquette on this? What should we do?
Post # 3
I think your idea is fine. My dad and Future Father-In-Law will be wearing tuxes, but we’re also having a formal wedding where tuxes are appropriate for any guests.
I think the only issue is that the dad’s should match the mom’s in formality. Meaning, if mom is wearing a sundress, dad shouldn’t have a tux.
Post # 4
Their aren’t any formal rules on this. I think it’s up to you guys! It might be nice to do something to set them apart from the groomsmen.
Post # 5
Our dads are wearing the same tuxes as the groomsmen, with different ties. I don’t think there’s any specific rules on what they should wear. We wanted them to look nice, but stand out from the groomsmen.
Post # 6
Our fathers are renting tuxes with bowties in black. The groom & company are wearing matching tuxes. We haven’t told them the exact tux we’re using, so the dads will probably not have the exact same tuxes. The groomsmen will have coordinating lue vests, bowties, and pocket squares. The dads will have black.
Post # 7
Hmm…I think he is the ATM machine whose only use for pay rent and tux..
Post # 8
The dads are wearing the black version of the groomsmen’s grey tux.
Post # 9
everybody wore a tux. my husband wanted to wear a tie so we had the groomsmen and dads in bowties 🙂 My dad also wanted to wear the same watermelon color as the groomsmen so we had the dads in that color also!! it was fun, they looked great!
Post # 10
All the guys are wearing the same tux with the same color vest/tie under, including the groom, groomsmen, and my dad. They are going to look sharp. 😉