How to Groom

There is so much more to a wedding than those last few moments at the altar.

“Please,” you say, “I’ve already got checklists for my checklists. The wedding planner and my fiancée are really going to town on this thing.”

We know. Been there, done that. More than once as a matter of fact, which lends us a bit of expertise when it comes to knowing when to to nod and say “yes dear,” and when to say “I’ve got this! Don’t worry! Have fun at the menu tasting.”

You need a professional to advise you, work with your bride-to-be and the wedding planner. And, you should have a little fun while you’re at it.

Choosing your wedding attire and what your guys are going to wear when they back you up during your “I do’s” and the dancing shouldn’t be left to chance, or to the salesman who has to sell what he has in stock, or, God forbid, the rental people. You need a professional to advise you, work with your bride-to-be and the wedding planner. And, you should have a little fun while you’re at it.

Enter Leviner Wood’s experts at creating you clothing that is comfortable, timelessly stylish, and totally on point with your tastes. Each custom piece is crafted to your specific measurements from premium fabrics that are a pleasure to wear and make you look your best. Accessories and ready-to-wear items are carefully curated to fit your wedding themes and integrate seamlessly into your wedding and existing wardrobes.

So let’s do this groom thing right! Gather your guys, any color scheme information from your beloved, and book an appointment to celebrate your part of this whole thing. We promise to have fun and make you all look great in the bargain!

Cheers and Congratulations!

While we have the ability to make garments in as little as four weeks, we’d like more time to ensure that all the “i’s” are dotted and all the “t’s” crossed. If possible, please allow 6-8 weeks before your big day!

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