Planning a wedding is one of the most exciting times in our lives. From picking out the perfect wedding gown and cake flavors, to deciding if you'll be eloping in the gorgeous Rocky Mountain peaks, or tying the knot at the cute ranch down the road; these are all decisions that will help bring to life the vision of your perfect Rocky Mountain wedding. It's a day the bride has been dreaming about her entire life, but let's not forget about the groom!

If you're looking to add a little personal touch to your groom's style, we've gathered a few looks that will complement your dress and really complete your Rocky Mountain wedding day!

Blue Hues

Blue suits are classic and chic. They're a great option for the groom that wants to play it safe, but still feel confident and sharp! Don't be afraid to let your man's personality shine with a fun statement tie!

Floral ties are a great option for brightening up the groom's look for spring and summer weddings!

Looking for the perfect tie? Check out Knotty Tie, Ted's Clothiers or HIM Clothing.

Neutral Love


Neutral is in. From textured linen, stylish silver, and tan tweed you really can't go wrong. Neutral combos can easily be styled up or down from a southwestern ranch wedding to an intimate and casual ceremony or fancy affair. Neutral suits are a great option for the groom that wants something a little different than the expected black tux, but still safe and comfortable. 

The suit jacket is overrated! Let your groom say so-long to his jacket if your wedding or elopement is on the casual side.

Statement Darks

If traditional black fits your groom best, that's okay too! Give it a twist with a pop of color in the boutonniere and bow-tie. It will be just enough to complement your wedding bouquet!

Or, opt for the slate grey suit to give your groom a slightly more casual look than the traditional black tux. 

If your man is feeling fancy, perhaps go for the onyx black tux for a modern, yet sophisticated look.

Crimson Crush

A more daring groom may just be able to pull off a burgundy suit with a patterned bow-tie. While it may not be for everyone, it sure makes a bold statement!

Check out this Idaho groom who pulled off the burgundy suit in an elegant, bohemian wedding.

Remember you want your soon-to-be hubby to wear something that not only suits his style and personality, but is also something he is comfortable in on the big day! The possibilities are endless. If the styles above aren't right for your Rocky Mountain wedding, browse some of our real weddings for more inspiration.