Who pays for the tuxedos in a wedding?
Groom and Groomsmen Attire
Whether the groom and his groomsmen are buying new tuxedos or suits or renting for the occasion, his family is traditionally responsible for paying for that outfit (Note: In many modern weddings the groomsmen pay for their own outfits.)
Is it bad to wear a tux to a wedding?
If the wedding dress code calls for Formal, many of the Black-Tie attire rules apply. The largest difference is that a tuxedo is not required for Formal attire but it is often optional. Instead of wearing a black or midnight tuxedo, consider wearing a black or dark colored suit.
Can a man wear a white shirt to a wedding?
You might wonder if men can wear white to a wedding, or if you can wear a dress with a white print. It is perfectly appropriate to wear a white dress shirt under a tuxedo or suit jacket. … And, as a general rule of thumb, it’s also advised to skip wearing overly casual pieces like t-shirts, flip-flops, jeans or sneakers.
Who buys the ring bearers tux?
A: Just as for the adult members of your wedding party, agreeing to be in the wedding generally also means agreeing to buy an outfit. Usually, child attendants’ parents pay for their clothes, but you might choose to purchase a flower girl’s dress or ring bearer’s suit as a gift.