Spring is in the air and this incredible season is perhaps the most beautiful time to tie the knot. Flowers are blooming, the days are getting longer, and we start remembering what it's like to not be freezing cold 24/7! At CHWV, we are firm believers in working with the seasons to create a strong wedding style, so with that in mind we've taken a closer look at some amazing ideas for spring wedding suits so that all you dapper grooms out there can look your best on the big day!
Pale coloured suits and spring weddings go hand in hand, particularly if you're tying the knot in a rural setting with plenty of flowers and greenery.
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Tried and Tested Blues
There are plenty of reasons why blue is such a popular colour for wedding suits, but for us it's the versatility and timeless style that make a blue suit a sure fire hit. There's much more than just navy on offer though, and different shades will work better with different levels of formality.
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Up Your Pastel Game
For spring and summer, pastel shades are an excellent choice. Make a statement with a shade that's a little more unusual, like a soft pink or peach tone.
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Textures and Patterns
If you're looking to take a step away from the traditional, opting for a patterned or textured wedding suit is a great way to do it. It's perfect for a more relaxed look and gives you a chance to add some personality to your outfit. These would be ideal for a stylish country house venue like Morden Hall in London.
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For a Formal Look
Some settings call for a formal look and there are some great options for style and sophistication. Navy and light grey are classic colours and can be paired with a light coloured tie and boutonniere for a strong spring look.
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Bold Boho Style
If you're holding your day in a rustic setting like a barn or rural marquee, then a boho wedding suit might be the way to go. Definitely suitable for the more laid-back groom, it's all about breaking away from tradition and embracing your relaxed surroundings.
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Complement your wedding suit
The right choice of shirt can go a long way in creating the ideal spring style, and these patterned and coloured ideas will help you stand out and look stylish.
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Complete the look
Your accessories will finish off your style perfectly so picking the right tie and boutonniere is important. Spring is the season of blooming flowers after all so incorporating them where you can will prove a hit.
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Think the boho look might be for you? Then check out our guide on How To Style The Boho Groom and Groomsmen and find out everything you need to know!