The quintessential English wedding. Expect beautiful churches, country estates with rambling gardens, morning suits and plenty of champagne. This has been Britain’s preferred wedding day setting for centuries.
This level of formality will almost certainly require morning dress. This consists of a morning coat, a single or double-breasted waistcoat and a crisp white double cuffed shirt with a spread collar. The trousers will be a straight leg, finishing close to the ankle without a turn-up cuff. Traditionally, spongebag trousers are worn, with fine gauge socks beneath.
A pure silk tie in a contrasting colour, or an ascot tie - a cravat that can be knotted or secured with a tie pin, may accompany a morning suit. Include a white pocket square or one in a pastel shade that echoes the wedding’s colour scheme. For the final touches, add braces and an elegant pair of Church’s cufflinks in understated metal or adorned with semi-precious stones.