Attire


Deciding on your attire is as important as your partners. Traditional wedding is the most common style of attire, however it's not the only choice to keep in mind! Most couples know what they will wear as the style and theme of the wedding evolves, but don't be afraid to voice your opinions - if you don't like what you're wearing you won't be looking your best. So make your style choice count!

Bowties are very in season for 2017/18, with a formal but-not-quite feel. Be bold and pick a modern colour to stand out from the crowd - dark blue will add warmth while looking traditional on your big day.

Also remember your best men - it's likely they'll be wearing the same, or similar, to you, so keep them in the loop as to your choices. Why not arrange a bloke's day out and get your sizes sorted?


Traditional Attire
  • Suit
  • Shirt
  • Enclosed Shoes
  • Socks
  • Ties 
  • Watch (Optional)
  • Buttonholes

Smart Casual Attire
  • Business shirt
  • Dinner jacket (optional)
  • Dress pants
  • Socks
  • Enclosed shoes

Casual Attire
  • Dress jeans
  • Collar Shirt
  • T-shirt 
  • Comfortable shoes
Not everyone wants to (or can) spend a lot of money on their wedding. If traditional or semi-formal isn't your style, or you want a relaxed approach to your wedding, dress down and take a casual approach to your wedding. Just be sure to set the standard of dress early in your invitations.



Fun Attire
  • Shirts
  • Hat
  • Socks
  • Costumes
  • Shoes
  • Novelties
Sometimes, you've just got to go a bit crazy! Having a fun-dress wedding and reception can take the edge off the formalities, and engage the fun in your wedding day!

Mister Bee Tips

  • Take photos as you try on your outfit so you know what you will look like - send them to your partner if it's not a surprise for them!
  • Always colour coordinate your belt with shoes.
  • Don't forget to do Mister maintenance eg. nails, hair, shave or beard trim
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