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Groom Attire for a Beach Wedding 🤵🏻‍♂️

Let’s not forget about the Groom! When getting married abroad, the Grooms attire for a beach wedding or hot weather can actually be quite tricky. Let’s be honest, choosing groom attire for the big day is not quite as fun as choosing your wedding gown and bridal accessories, but it still requires preparation and specific attention. Remember it is also his special day and he has the right to feel unique and special too!

Beach attires for grooms should follow some of the same guidelines. Comfort is top priority. Linen suits are a typical go to for grooms on the big day, but there’s nothing stopping you from wearing a traditional suit even on the beach. For some couples, color coordinating and style trumps anything else. It’s your call.

The weather in the Dominican Republic is hot and humid all the time, keep this in mind when choosing the groom's attire. You don't want him to pass out in the middle of the ceremony. That is why we recommend you to choose light materials and light colors these are the best option in a beach wedding.

Here are some ideas that can help you choose the perfect Attire.

Open Button-Up Shirts

Particularly if you’re planning a summer beach wedding, you might be facing warm temperatures and high humidity. The ideal beach wedding attire for men allows them to stay comfortable while still looking sharp. A white shirt with the top two buttons unbuttoned is classic and ensures that your groom looks great on the most important day of your lives.

Tie & Jeans

Keep him casual but cool in jeans, a button-up shirt and a sleek tie. Be sure to stick to clean denim (with no distressing) in medium blue to darker washes for a look that’s dressed up but still beach friendly.

Hats & Bow Ties

Beautiful sunny weather makes for great wedding photos — but a squinting groom does not. Deck him out in a summery hat complemented by a stylish bow tie for a festive look that’s fashionable and functional.

Breathable Fabrics

When trying to decide on a jacket for your groom, you ideally want to find one in a breathable, light fabric. Cotton, linen and seersucker are all smart choices for beach wedding attire for men.

Light Gray Suits

A popular beach groom attire choice because of its versatility, the light grey suit is a stylish compromise between casual and black tie. Bonus: This neutral works with any wedding color scheme, which means you can play around with your palette, worry free.

Sherbet Accents

Beach weddings are often relaxed and lighthearted affairs, so don’t be afraid to let your groom have some fun with his look. Add a playful pop to his neutral suit with sherbet-color accents like mint, coral and pink.

Rolled Up Sleeves & Suspenders

If the weather is warm, your groom may want to go sans jacket. Dress up his casual look by having him roll up his sleeves and add vintage-inspired suspenders.

Getting dressed for a beach wedding doesn’t have to be complicated. Just remember, the beach is fun and relaxing at the same time. Visualize that in your head while you shop, and you’re guaranteed to pick the right beach wedding attire.

Ultimately, the most important consideration when he’s deciding what to wear to your beach wedding is that your groom matches you. If you’re wearing a light sundress, he doesn’t need to be wearing a tuxedo. Likewise, if you’re braving the beach in sky-high heels and a mermaid gown, your groom shouldn’t be in jeans and a T-shirt. Either way, his style should complement yours — and vice versa. Now that’s a perfect partnership.

The best complement to a beach wedding is music. Imagine wearing that great attire under the stars at your first dance.

Music is one of the most important elements in a wedding. Definitely, it is something that your guests will never forget.

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By Veronica Rodriguez


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