At A Hand Tailored Suit, we always find the colour blue to be a popular choice amongst wedding suits and with so many shades, the choices for the perfect wedding suit are endless. One colour that has become a common choice is duck egg blue which is a lovely soft shade with a slight green undertone to it. If you are getting married soon and are looking for some inspiration, here are a few examples of wedding suits in this colour and the pastel range for both ladies and gentlemen.
Make the blue a statement in your wedding attire by wearing it just on the jacket. Match with a contrasting pair of suit trousers in the same material or texture for that grand groom look. As the jacket is plain, you have the freedom to really go for colour on your accessories.
Here is an all-pastel blue suit with a beautiful beige satin lining in the jacket that lends itself perfectly to the top. The softness of the suit is just perfect for your wedding day, with the length of the cigarette trousers falling to a perfect point for whatever shoes you choose to wear.
The process of creating your perfect bespoke suit for your wedding day really does come down to every detail. To match the softness of the blue, choose beautiful light brown wooden buttons to go on the cuffs and front of the jacket. If you're opting for a duck egg blue in a linen cloth, these type of buttons will compliment the texture and weave.
If you're wanting a suit which isn't an obvious blue, choose a blue cloth with a grey tint to it like this suit we have had cut and made for one of our female clients. The two-piece has turned up cuffs on the trousers for a bit of definition, whilst inside the jacket, the piano lining is edged in sky blue to break up the silver grey paisley lining. Both colours are effective in picking out the tones blended together for the main fabric of the suit.
You may find mint green falls into this spectrum as it can look blue in certain lights, but can be just as effective for a wedding suit. The softness of this colour would be perfect for a summer garden wedding. With matching buttons, all you need is a beautiful boutonièrre and this suit can be worn with an open collar shirt if that is a style you like. If a mint green suit isn't for you, opt for a blue suit with a slight undertone of green where your tie or bow tie can pick out the shade wonderfully.
Are you feeling inspired to choose your bespoke wedding suit today? Get in contact with our talented tailoring team to see how we can bring your ideas into reality.