Having a specific design in mind, James chose a custom-made suit for his big day. Having a real life expert close at hand also helped; James has a family member in the men’s attire trade!
The groom wore a double breasted long jacket. The black material had a pencil thin green stripe with light green lining. Wearing a shirt with a colourful stripes and a dark tie, James looked striking in his groom’s wear which he bought from A Child of The Jago in East London.
James and Natalie asked the Best Man and Groomsman to wear black suits of their choice. They wanted them to feel comfortable whilst bringing a bit of their own character to the day and still keeping in with the style of the event.
The Groom’s party each wore orchid button-holes created by the chosen wedding florist, Lee Farmer Flowers.