Justine and Kire looked at groomswear together, and decided that the groom would wear a black lounge suit, with a white winged shirt. He also wore an ivory waist coat with a subtle swirling pattern, an ivory cravat and an ivory pocket square. Kire’s son David was the best man, and Justine’s son Sam gave her away. Both of the boys wore the same as the groom but with traditional collars and ivory ruched ties instead.
All of the groomswear was hired from Frederick H Mabb in Yeovil, as the couple were aware of their good reputation.