Men’s Wedding Attire And Spring Wedding Color Trends

Men's Wedding Attire And Spring Wedding Color Trends

Whether you’re planning your spring wedding or just want to stay on top of the latest color trends, our guide to the best menswear for weddings will have you looking your best.

The season is ripe for a rainbow palette, blending pastel blue, purple, pink and yellow hues for an eye-catching, fun wedding color combo. The color combination makes a chic and understated aesthetic that’s sure to please your guests!

Formal Wear

A lot of color is trending for spring weddings this year. From deep purples to soft mauves, there’s an array of hues for couples looking to create a romantic palette.

The same goes for bridesmaids dresses–blush gowns are on their way to becoming a classic, so go bold this spring. Try pairing a blush pink dress with a dusty blue suit, and pair it with flowers ranging from lavender to peach for a springtime look that’s as pretty as it is refreshing.

Men’s Wedding Attire

Suits are a must-have for any man who wants to be on trend this spring. This style has a timeless appeal and is versatile enough to suit both formal events and more casual gatherings.

Jackets and pants are also essential for any guy who wants to impress at a wedding. If you want to go the traditional route, opt for a black or navy suit. Then, add a white or cream tie for an understated yet elegant look.

Casual Wear

Spring wedding color trends are taking a playful approach. From bright tones to soft, gentle hues, the hottest spring colours have a knack for looking gorgeous with everything from floral decor to your bridal gown and groomsmen suits.

As for men, a smart-casual outfit is the failsafe fallback wedding look that can be relied on to get you through even the trickiest invites without raising too many eyebrows (and, let’s face it, no black tie is ever optional). Suits in lighter neutrals, such as tan, cream and stone are an easy way to go casual while keeping it classic.

Unstructured blazers and open collar shirts are also on the rise for 2021. Grandad or Cuban collar shirts are an effortless way to keep things laid back without going full double Windsor, while suede derbies and loafers will work in tandem with this more relaxed take on tailoring.


Accessories can make or break your look on your wedding day. Whether you’re opting for traditional veils or an oversized hat, there are plenty of options to choose from.

During Spring 2024 Bridal Fashion Week, designers presented unexpected and statement-making accessories. From floral felt headpieces to embroidered gloves, designers offered alternatives for bold and modern brides.

Another trend was a nod to the changing seasons: add warm tones of yellow and ochre to your buttonholes, bouquets or boutonnières for a cheerful nod to the shift in seasons.

This is a great idea if you’re hosting your celebration in a transitional period between winter and spring. You can balance the look with a more neutral palette, like blush and navy blue for a soft, subtle tone that works for nearly any setting or venue.


Spring wedding color trends are on the horizon, but it’s not the only thing you need to consider. Men’s shoes are also an important part of your attire, so it’s worth taking the time to choose something that coordinates with your outfit.

Whether it’s a formal affair or more casual, there are plenty of classic styles in shoes to keep you looking fresh and trendy. For a suit, try laced oxfords or patent leather loafers in a dark tone and add a cufflink for a stylish finishing touch.

For summer or fall weddings, go for light colors and a few accessories in chambray, linen, or seersucker. The sun can be harsh, so dress with a jacket to avoid getting too warm and wear a pocket square or tie with a pop of color for added texture.