A detailed silver paisley woven into this forest green bow tie is an excellent choice for a groom that loves the holidays, but isn't too fond of bright red ties.
Knitted and Fitted
You wear knitted hats and gloves in the winter, so why not a tie? We can't promise a knitted tie will keep you warm the way a scarf will, but we can promise it will look amazing!
We're pretty sure your groom won't need this bow tie to kiss the bride, but better safe than sorry, right? And since love is bound to be in the air at your ceremony, consider outfitting your groomsmen with these bow ties. One kiss could change everything!
Poinsettias are a quintessential part of the holidays, especially in a beautiful deep red color. This bow tie makes them part of your holiday-inspired wedding, too!
Neutral holiday ties on your beau and his groomsmen are a great idea for your big day. A simple white tie paired with a holiday corsage will go a long way!
With a touch of gold and delicate snowflakes, what's not to love?
Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
This holiday tie will have your guests wanting to spin the dreidel all night long at your Hanukkah wedding celebration.
Plaid isn't just for flannels, it looks pretty good on holiday ties, too!
Candy Cane Stripes
Peppermint isn't just an iconic flavor of the season, it's also an iconic pattern.
Red and green? Christmas trees? Sleek and skinny style? Check, check and check.