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Are you ready for summer weddings?

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Now that spring is over and summer has majestically kicked in, you should get ready for the wedding season, because no matter your age, if you have at least a couple of friends and family members that are in their twenties or thirties, you are bound to be invited to a couple of wedding this summer. However, you should know that weddings are not so easy to take part in, especially if you are directly involved (best man, ring bearer, etc). The main reason we say this is because everyone’s eyes will be on you and mistakes should not occur at all.

So in order to make an impeccable impression and to keep the bride and groom happy, you need to start preparing yourself for these big events. First of all you will need a proper wedding suit or even a wedding tuxedo . However, if you are going to attend more than two weddings in the same circle of friends, we strongly suggest that you make this wedding suit into two wedding suits , because girls are not the only ones who are being judged based on how often they wear certain attire. Besides, you probably wouldn’t like it if you looked the same in every wedding photo.

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And to help you out in finding the best fitting and most suited wedding suit or wedding tuxedo . Rose Tuxedo comes in your aid. We offer our customers the widest range of wedding suits and tuxedos not only in Phoenix, but in the surrounding areas as well. We pride ourselves in the variety of our products. We do not only offer our customers a considerable number of models they can choose from, but we are also fully stocked for any size, no matter how hard it may be to find elsewhere.

Believe it or not, having a well – fitted wedding suit is far more important than how fashionable the suit might be. This is exactly why we have a professional tailor on site, who is able to make the necessary minor adjustments so that you can look absolutely fabulous. More than that, you should also know that our prices are simply unbeatable. We have always had highly competitive prices and now we pride ourselves in being the most affordable shop in town. This means that with us you will not only find the right fit for you, but you will also not have to spend a fortune for it.

It is time you started to get ready for the wedding season. In order to properly do that, you definitely need to pay us a visit or even give us a call. We will be more than thrilled to find the perfect wedding suit or wedding suits for you!


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Alternatives to Tuxedos for Weddings

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We all love a good tuxedo on a groom, but what if you’re wanting to try something different? What if you just don’t want to do the same thing as everyone else? What if you just aren’t a fan of tuxes? Not a problem. Rose Tuxedo, despite our name, offers many other choices. If you want a classic tuxedo, we’re here for you. If you want a tuxedo with a little something extra, we’ve got you covered. If you just don’t want a tuxedo, we’re here to help you, too. Today we’ll talk about a few things you can dress your grooms and groomsmen in besides tuxedos to stand out from the rest.

Accessories: Grooms and groomsmen in suspenders and slacks or jeans with a classic dress shirt are becoming very popular for wedding parties! Try out some fun socks or ties, too.

Color: Dress your groom in some colors besides black and white. Try a

bright red or one of your wedding colors. Try colored tuxedos or suits, or just one large piece of color—like the slacks!

Pinstripe: If you’re into swing music and the 1920’s, a pinstripe suit may be just the thing you want to see your future husband in as you walk down the aisle. Plus, think of all the fun prohibition gangster jokes you can make! You can also go for a more subtle pinstripe and just get a different look than the classic solid color suit or tuxedo.

Vest: Take a three piece suit and ignore the jacket. A suit vest and a nice dress shirt can be just as visually appealing as a tuxedo! Let him be a little more comfortable and save a little money by forgoing the classic tux and going for classic suit pieces. Matching or not, it can be a nice look.

 

More Casual: As the trend of simplicity and an older, country styled theme wedding ideas, consider dropping the tuxedo and gown and throwing on a simpler white dress for her, and some slacks, collared shirt with the sleeves folders up, suspenders, and maybe a newsboy cap or fedora. Sweaters could also be a nice way to combine style, fashion, and comfort.

Very Unconventional: Some women are walking right past the white dress tradition and going for bold color! Let your groo play with color or maybe opt for a more casual (but put together) look. This goes great with beach or other outdoor weddings. Bypass the dress shoes and slacks, and go for something simpler. Or, go for something way out there for both parts. The sky is the limit!

No matter what you do for your wedding, make it your own and don’t feel as if you need to fit into some box to make everyone happy. Your friends and family members are there to celebrate your love, so don’t let anyone else’s expectations get in the way of you having your dream ceremony.


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Fall Weddings work Tradition into the Seasons!

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We all know the little poem brides cling to for superstitious and traditional reasons: something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. With Fall underway, you may want to think of some new and interesting ways to incorporate the season with the tradition for a wedding everyone will remember!

Something Old: Work in some leaves which have changed to their orange, red, and brown fall color shift. Press some leaves early in the season and work them into the bouquet and maybe even place some leaves (real or fake) throughout the table settings. For the guys: take the pocket scarf and use “autumn” colors and maybe work in the leaf shape somewhere.

Something New: It’s a new season, with new fashion trends for men and women. Use this to your advantage. Take this time to buy a new piece of jewelry for your lady for her to wear, or purchase a scarf/sash for her dress to go with the fall theme. Fall represents things dying off, but it also means losing something to regain vitality. Leaves die so new ones can grow in stronger and greener than before. Your wedding marks the end of one era so a new one can begin with the two of you. Respect her wishes and even if she asks for something insane, remember that your new partnership will require both of you “losing” a few things to gain something better in return.

Something Borrowed: One cute way to accommodate this is in the fashion. You or your bride can borrow something from each others wardrobe, or “borrow” something from the previous season of fashion.

Something Blue: When you think of autumn, you probably do not think of blue. However, have you ever noticed just how bright blue the sky is in the fall when the skies are clear? Even the night sky tends to adopt a dark blue instead of black. Mountains take on a blue hue, lakes and rivers grow with rain, and blue can definitely be a festive color for the fashion conscious. Try Cobalt, cerulean, navy, turquoise, azure, teal, and other blues with purple or green tints. Several of these compliment all complexions and will look great as accent pieces, decorations, flowers, and more.

Tips for Grooms to bring in the autumn feeling with their tuxedos:

  • Black and white for the tux is traditional, but discuss adding a pop of orange or a deep red (crimson, burgundy, etc) instead of black, white, and fire-engine-red may show her how much you really care about looking great.
  • Outside weddings in a leafy environment in the fall can be incredibly beautiful, just have a backup in case your venue is in an area expecting heavy rain in the fall.
  • Pocket squares, ties, vests, socks, and watches can add a great pop of color regardless of color scheme. You don’t have to have your men in random colored shirts when the tie and pocket square will look better on everyone.
  • Seasonal colors for a wedding will decrease the chance of you forgetting the date of the anniversary. If you see a picture on your desk with fall colors at your wedding, September will come around and you’ll remember it’s coming up. Fall Weddings in Arizona are a beautiful time of year.

Never underestimate the power of colorful accents in a wedding. Call us today to set up an appointment to look at our suit and tuxedo rentals and ask us about our color varieties.


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Bridal Show Coming up in the Phoenix Area

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Bridal Show in Phoenix, AZ

Since June is usually the unofficial end of the wedding season in the Phoenix metropolis, this is when summer begins in this area of the country, outdoor celebrations start to wane. Maybe that’s why there are three, that’s right, three bridal shows during the month of June .Maybe the wedding experts know that this is a good time to begin planning a beautiful, and cool, fall or winter wedding. You engaged ladies can look at these shows as a chance to get all your matrimonial eggs in one basket. If you bring a friend or two, or all your bridesmaids, you can count on having plenty of fun!  Here’s a tip from the wedding planners’ handbook.  Wear a one-piece bathing suit under your regular clothes to make trying on marked down wedding dresses much easier, and less revealing, if you know what we mean. (Here’s the secret, most all Wedding Businesses will honor their bridal show special even if you didn’t attend the show-shhhhhh! Just ask)

There will be nearly 4,000 square feet of showroom dedicated to wedding gowns.  Gowns will be selling for up to 50% , and brides can try on, purchase and take home right there on the spot.  And, get this…the first 400 brides who walk through the doors will receive free hors d’oeuvres and a rose.  And, as if that were not enough, there will be 150 vendors, fashion shows at 11:30 and 1:30, and an open bar which will be sure to keep all the 500 brides, bridesmaids, and 2,000 guests at the show entertained and happy.

Here are a few stats to keep for reference:

 Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, 340 N. Third St.

10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M., Sunday, June 8

$10 per person or $32 for groups of any size

Free entry for children 12 years-old or younger

480-874-4718

phoenixbridalshow.com

 

bride-mother-getting-readyArizona Bridal Show

This show bills itself as the largest bridal show in the country.  It boasts 500 vendors and 8,000 expected visitors.  There will be 1,500 gowns on sale, all of which will be marked down at least 30%, but may be discounted up to 80%.  There will be fashion shows at 9:00 and 11:00 A.M. and 1:00 and 3:00 P.M.  Every hour of the day a wedding gown will be given away to a lucky winner.  And door prizes will be given throughout the day, as well.

 

 

Here are the stats for this show:

Hours are 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

Phoenix Convention Center

Washington and Third Streets

$12 entrance fee

480-860-6692

arizonabridalshow.com

 

tuxedo-for-ring-bearer-arizonaBridal University

The show is much smaller than the other two, but it also has a different personality and a different purpose.  This show is jam-packed with information, tips, seminars, lessons, and how-to’s.  If you want your wedding to be the event you have always dreamed of, this is the show for you.

At “break-out” sessions during the day you can learn about dancing, make-up, life after you are married, and everything you always wanted to know about putting on a wedding you will remember for a lifetime.

 

 

Here’s the info for this show:

Registration begins at noon

Classes begin at 1:00 P.M.

Sunday, June 29

Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center

7700 E. McCormick Parkway

$10 entrance fee

$6 or $7  if purchased in advance

bridal-u.com

 

For more information, you can reach Arizona Reporter writer Kaila White by calling her at 602-444-4307 or email her at kaila.white@arizonarepublic.com

 

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Tuxedo Styles for Wedding

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Tuxedo Styles

tuxedo bride and groomHere’s the thing about tuxedos.  In this day and time, as we have told you before, the old rules do not necessarily apply.  You can accentuate your personal style in many ways.  Now, by that we do not mean being sloppy, figuratively or literally.  If you’re going to make it your own, do it with some style, some coolness factor, and some elegance.

So, you’ve gotten an invitation for a wedding in June.  This will probably not be the last invitation you get either.  You might be going as a guest; you might be a groomsman; or, hey, you may be the groom, but we’re probably not talking to you right now, because the bride has already told you what you will be wearing, and that really goes for the groomsmen, as well.

This is going to be the time when you can pull out all the stops and have fun while looking sharp as heck.  What you are going for is the most stylish, celebratory, and handsome version of yourself you can accomplish.  The least casual you can go is a suit (dressy or casual, depending on the venue), and otherwise a tuxedo.  All the clothes we are going to suggest will work, but be sure to look carefully at the “attire specifications” on the invitation.

One look that we think is really happening is the shawl collar tuxedo.  But, here’s the thing, you could style it like a suit.  We know, sounds radical, but if it fits perfectly, and you choose the right accessories, it could be right on.  Try a colorful bow tie, suede shoes, and for that Big Apple look, suede shoes with no socks.  We know, your mom just fainted.

One of the easiest ways to make your tux come alive is to leave the white shirt on the hanger and go for a brightly colored shirt.  Think powder blue, pink, gray, or tan.  And, yes, you can always know that polished, black lace-ups are a perfect match for a tuxedo.  But, who said everything had to be a perfect match?  The big city boys are wearing suede slipper loafers in different colors, and the look is hot.  Then you can pair them with your fancy jeans after the occasion.

Hold onto your hats, because this next suggestion is going to knock your socks off, if you are wearing any.   Charcoal gray and dark blue are good suit colors, but just the right plaid suit could also make a very good statement.  It’s young; it’s daring; it’s fun.  Pair it with a different patterned tie and pocket handkerchief!

More and more men are wearing khaki suits to weddings, and that’s a good choice.  You can be dressed up and cool as a cucumber, all at the same time.  Boat shoes, a pocket square and a patterned bow tie will pull it all together.

Guess what?  You do not have to go to one of those stuffy, corny big box stores, like Men’s Warehouse.  Rose Tuxedo in Phoenix can take care of all of this for you.  Their prices will always be below the big box’s price.  Call or come in, they are waiting to help you, and they know all about these cool new looks.

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