These days, bow ties are taking over neckties as an essential fashion statement at weddings for the groom. They can say that their outfit is always the same but they can definitely spice it up with a good-looking bow tie. There are three different types if bow ties, namely the self-tie, pre-tied, and clip-on bow ties. Their differences are explained as below in the picture by Ties.com.
If you are planning to get a self-tie bow tie, make sure you practice a few times before your big day. After all, the difference of a neat, well-tied bow tie and a clumsily tied one can be easily detected. Here is another helpful picture by Ties.com on how to tie your bow tie the right way. If you find it a hassle, get the pre-tied or clip-on bow tie that will save the fuss and time.
Aside from deciding on the types of bow ties that you want to have on your wedding, you have to also consider the shape of the bow tie that matches your outfit. Ties.com listed five bow tie shapes that you can choose from while buying your bow tie.
There is no specific shape that is said to suit weddings because it all depends on a few factors that a groom might consider such as the face shape, the level of quirkiness or even the theme of the wedding. Therefore, do not hesitate to pick that bow tie that allows you to stand out aside from boosting your confidence on the most important day of your life!