Tieing The Knot: Wedding Accessories

One of the biggest events in an individuals life may be their marriage ceremony. Although not pleasant for all persons, it should be a day of unforgettable joy, particularly after all the stressful months or even years spent planning the big event. After working out venue, catering, the guest list, the seating arrangements, and other additionally things, the couple must condense their marriage planning and consider a crucial element: what should one wear to their ceremony. From a Western cultural perspective, it is often customary for the groom to be wearing a black tuxedo to their big day. It should be noted that there are no specific rights or wrongs as the most important thing is to make the couple happy with their plans, inclusive of their attire. Most men in the Western culture opt for a black suit or black tuxedo for evening wear,  and often adorn it with a neck piece. It may seem needless to accessorise an outfit such as a tuxedo or suit, as both of those options are already so formal. However, in many cases a neck piece can add to an outfit.   Wedding ties come in many shapes and sizes. They can be for the neck, skinny, clip on or perhaps even be a bow. These neck pieces provide an outlet in which the groom can add a splash of colour to his otherwise all-black ensemble. This in itself may mean that the outfit becomes more aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, these neck pieces may finalise the formal look.   Both the groom and, the other men attending the union will most likely be silk scarves in Australia. The suits may be a navy blue, gray or may be black, but most unions call for neutral colours. In a crowd of people all wearing similar or the same colour, a neck piece allows each individual in a suit to add a touch of personality to their outfit. The groom may also decide to choose a neck piece that is reflective of his personality rather than something that suits the theme or atmosphere of the marriage ceremony. Despite it being a common practice for males to wear these neck pieces, it should be recognised that both genders have the opportunity. Although it is more common to see women in dresses and skirts rather than suits, some may prefer to wear suits and as such don the neck pieces, should they wish. Those who wear formal attire such as a blazer and skirt may also choose to don a piece of neck wear in order to emphasize the formal aesthetic. There is no right or wrong way to fine woven fabric or accessorize for a ceremony. These common practices are not lawful. Individuals attending the ceremony should be comfortable to wear what they wish, as long as it is in the happy couples perimeters. Similarly, couples that do not feel comfortable with this wear need not wear it.