At most every wedding, the poor groom and groomsmen need help dressing themselves. Seriously, dudes do NOT know how to wear more than a T-shirt and jeans. 😉 I’m great with vests, suspenders, boutonnieres, cuff links, and stitching popped buttons. BUT, I’m still learning this tie business. I always recommend Bill Nye for how to tie a bow tie for the groomsmen. I mean, it’s BILL NYE! The man knows science AND how to pull of a mean bow tie.
Aaron opted for a regular tie, while his groomsmen wore bow ties. There was a ton of tie tying going on and a bunch of searching on YouTube. I practically yelled, “BILL NYE ON YOUTUBE” at them. Whaddya know? It worked!
Christin and I captured the whooooooole thing. (Also, aren’t those big windows amazing?!! You NEED big windows in your getting ready place!)
Watch and learn from a tie master!
The struggle is real! Good thing Aaron had his brother to help him.
Phew! That was a ton of work. 😉 Onto the boutonnieres! (Shh! I did the first for them then gave them pointers to pinning them on each other. Makes a great photo op!) Thankfully, there were no injuries during the pinning of the groomsmen. Side note: These blue suits are AMAZING! Allie and Tim’s crew donned similar suits! I’m a big fan of gray suits too, like these at Colleen and Tyler’s wedding!
Look at those ties!!!!!! Lookin’ good, guys!
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Jacqie Q Photography specializes in Deep Creek, Cumberland, and DC wedding photography and lifestyle family photography in Frederick, Baltimore, and the surrounding metro areas including Urbana, Gaithersburg, Silver Spring, Columbia, Laurel, and Rockville.