Easy Tips in Choosing the Best Wedding Tie for the Special Day

We all know how tricky picking the wedding dress and other details can be. However, grooms also have a hard task before them – choosing the right suit and groom tie is something that should be done thoroughly.

Wedding Tie

The simplest way to choose wedding ties is to make ties match the bridesmaid dresses. From the groom to the groomsmen, all the guys wear the same ties. Prefer to mix things up? Consider putting the groom in a different color tie than the groomsmen. We’ve seen the groom wear a tie in the main wedding color while the groomsmen wear an accent color. Or, for a more traditional look, the groom can wear a neutral color tie (black, white, or ivory) while the groomsmen wear a tie that matches the wedding color. But always we need to think more about the choice of wedding ties.

Since there can be many questions about the fabric of the tie, color, and style, we have created an easy guide for you to look at. Every time you get confused, just check out our tips and everything will be much more clear.

Types of Wedding Neckties

Ties don’t suit all men equally. There are different types that you can opt for to make a perfect match with your wedding suit.

Standard Necktie

This type is perfect for traditional wedding attire. It is around 3.5 inches wide and 57 inches long. If you have a task to pick the perfect tie for your father or father-in-law, these are the ones you should go for.

Skinny Necktie

JJ's House Charmeuse Skinny Tie
ID: 146293

In the last few years, skinny neckties took the throne from standard ones. They surely look modern and more trendy. With their 2 inches wide appearance, they are perfect for younger generations. Millenials and anybody who likes to combine a modern and traditional way of dressing.

Super Long Necktie

Depending on the men’s height, the necktie should go right above the beltline. Tall grooms, groomsmen or fathers should look for extra long neckties to compliment their style. You don’t want to look silly with a short tie, right?

Wedding Neckties

The Cravat

Also known as an Ascot tie, this a more formal choice that is best paired with a morning suit. This statement piece of neckwear gives a sophisticated and stylish finish that will keep you looking dapper for the duration of the celebrations. Usually worn with an open collar, choose a patterned material to make a bold statement in your wedding photos.

Types of Bow Ties

Black bow ties are traditionally worn with the tuxedo. However, over the years, patterned and colorful bow ties took place over the classic ones. You can pick both! There are two types of bow ties that you can decide for.

Pre-Tied Bow Tie

Pre-tied collars come with a clip-on, so your only task is to put it around the neck. They are adjustable, so you don’t need to worry about bow tie moving around. The clips can be attached on both sides of the shirt neckline.

Self-Tie Bow Tie

Self-tie bow ties are for those who know how to do it themselves. In some countries, it represents a form of tradition to tie a groom’s tie. However, make sure your groomsmen know how to tie it since it is not the same as for the cravat. 

Bow Ties

Should I Wear a Bow Tie or Necktie?

Your neckwear will have a big impact on your wedding outfit, but choosing between a bow tie and necktie doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it can be a simple answer to a question: Is this a formal wedding or a casual wedding? Neckties are the casual wedding tie choice. But it’s not the only casual choice. While the bow ties are the right choice for a formal wedding.

How to Choose the Right Color

When it comes to the color, which is your favorite color? What color of tie do you want? There are thousands of different colored ties that are available online. You should first consider the color of the tie that you want on your wedding day. You do not need any assistance with the best color for you. You can match the color with the bridesmaid dresses, your groomsmen or simply pick something with your bride that both of you find interesting.

JJ's House Satin Skinny Tie
ID: 146295

There are not enough wedding tips that can show you how to pick a perfect tie color. If you opt for traditional style and color go for black, silver, metallic, or burgundy. Don’t hesitate to go for patterns as well.

Colors for the tie such as brown and orange are the best choice if you are getting married in summer. The color will be right for you if you are not wearing and dark suit. Color blue and green is good in spring and the winter season.

How to Choose the Right Fabric

Picking the fabric of not only tie but also the whole wedding attire should be according to the season. If your wedding is in winter – wool, tweed or cashmere are the right choices. However, in the summertime, you can opt for linen, cotton, and other lightweight materials that will keep you casual.

Classic Cotton Tie
ID: 207835

Other than these, the most used materials for neckties are polyester and silk. Always consult with someone when buying – choosing the right type of silk or polyester is crucial.

Other than these, the most used materials for neckties are polyester and silk. Always consult with someone when buying – choosing the right type of silk or polyester is crucial. The most commonly used for men’s ties are dupioni silk (its threads are uneven and irregular), shantung (very smooth and has hardly any slubs), silk linen (it actually has the look of linen), and satin which is glossy and smooth on one side and matte on the other.

How to Choose the Trendy Tie

A trending tie is what you should be looking out for. Make your wedding day modern and up to date. Make your wedding look trendy. The world is changing, and there are very many trending ties in online stores. In this case, do not go for the 10th-century tie, and yet there are the trendy ties.

There are the thin ties that are slimmer than the traditional ties which are trending today. If you are muscular and built-up shoulders, you can use the broad ties but if you are vice versa use the slim ties.

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