Post # 1
My wedding pallette is going to be tourquoise and lime green. I’m thinking of having a spring theme inside of a hall. We have looked at a few halls and I think I’ve found the one I like. It has a lot of natural light. I was thinking of clothing attire. I want the bridemades dresses to be tourquoise. I was thinking for the groomsmens and the groom to wear black tux/suits and white dress shirts. For my Fiance I want him to wear a lime green tie, while the grooms mates wearing tourquoise to match the bridesmades. What else could I do to have my fiance stand out, or would that be enough.
Post # 2
His boutineer can be a different shade than the groomsman. But I wouldn’t worry too much. like the bride, everyone knows who the groom is!
Post # 3
I second a dsitinctive boutonniere, rather than a lime green tie, especially if you’re doing tuxedos. However, with what you’re describing, lighter coloured suits, like mid-grey, or even sand/beige. A suit either of those colours (but especially the grey) would look quite smashing with a white shirt, and cashmere/silk, or wool/silk blend green/torquoise tie. I would do all torquoise shades for the ties, and something matte. Also, mid-grey suits are so common, that you can get them at any price point.