Give your groomsmen a chance to stand out without going over the top with the help of this bright red striped bow tie (woodenbowties.com, $75). We love the dark denim centerpiece and the fact that this cool hand-painted accessory is actually made out of wood.
Whether your wedding has a comic theme, or your hubby-to-be just really likes Batman, show him these adorable bow ties printed with the bat signal (etsy.com, $14). These ties work for a more casual wedding, or if you’re just looking to inject a little more fun into your big day.
Understated yet fun to wear, this floral print chambray bow tie that offers a causal elegance could work well for a summer or early fall wedding (jcrew.com, $55).
If your groomsmen are in need of a pop of color to complete their wedding day look, we suggest a few of these vibrant paisley print bow ties in a swirl of turquoise, pink and blue (barneys.com, $65). A colorful bow tie is a great way to add some subtle flair to a tux or suit.
We love the cool pop of neon this bold box patterned bow tie would give to your groomsmen (barneys.com, $150). The silk, re-tied adjustable bow ties are still sophisticated despite their bright, get-noticed print which makes them suitable for any type of wedding, from casual to formal.
Glam things up for your groomsmen with the help of this gold gilded print bow tie (urbanoutfitters.com, $20). These ties work especially well if you have some gold elements throughout the rest of your wedding.
Are your groom and his guys fishing fanatics? If so, we love the idea of gifting them with these handmade bow ties covered in a quirky trout print (etsy.com, $14). They’re cute, fun and the periwinkle hue goes with many other colors making them easy to coordinate.
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