Let's start off the list with a simple blue tie. This classic look is guaranteed to complement any blue palette and will look crisp next to your wedding dress. We love how it looks paired with a navy suit. Use the same fabric for your pocket square to match.
We adore ombre and know you do, too. Incorporate this trend with your invites, cake, or groom style. These linen bow ties relax the look of the wedding party and they are perfect for rustic-themed nuptials.
This groom's fashion game is totally on point. The polka dot pattern tie is contemporary and cool, and we are obsessed with the mismatched pocket square and the contrasting pinks and greens from his boutonniere. The groom added a personal touch with a monogrammed tie clip -- such a great gift idea!
We can't think of anything more dapper than a gingham bow tie. A patterned bow tie is an eye-catching and fun way to dress up (or dress down) your suit. We especially love how the groom perfectly matched the blues in both the bow tie and boutonniere.
Blues and Stripes
Our jaws dropped when we saw these stripes mixed with a floral print handkerchief. It creates a compelling look that is both current and dashing. Don't be afraid to mix and match patterns and colors!
This one's for the trendy groom who is offbeat and fun. This groom chose a bow tie with a floral motif, and this look is exactly what you need for your spring or summer wedding. A patterned bow tie lets the groom add his own flair to the attire.
Mix & Match
Can't decide between ties or bow ties? Go for both! It's a great way to differentiate the groom from the groomsmen. Just make sure they're the same color and fabric. We love this classic blue with navy suits and brown accessories.
Navy Blue Forever
Try a deep blue tie that contrasts well with a gray suit and green boutonniere. It is a simple but classic look and has always proven to be a timeless fashion choice.
Playing the Blues
We love this groom's style and the way he personalized his suit with a guitar pin. This navy polka dot bow tie matches perfectly with his powder blue suit and is a sure standout with a crisp, white button down.
This groom wore a Tiffany blue tie, matching handkerchief, and topped it off with a three-piece charcoal gray suit. This shade of blue brings out the same hues from his succulent boutonniere to create a look that will never fade away.