Giveaway | Well-Groomed Group No. 001

You saw last week's first Well-Groomed Group, right? If not, catch up. Ok, you back? Good. I've teamed up with some of the vendors who contributed gear to the looks I styled to create a great giveaway with prizes worth more than $300.
Some of these pieces are made in limited batches, and they're sold out, but I snagged one for you.

Here are more than $300 of goods that are up for grabs.
ties:  General Knot & Co. bow tie (on the groom), Apple & Ivy bow tie (on the ring bearer)
pocket squares:  Pierrepont Hicks (one on groom, one on groomsman)
gift cards: Greenwich Vintage Co. ($50), J.Crew ($50), Gap ($50)

To enter to win the whole prize pack, leave a comment on this post and tell me how you're incorporating your personal style into your festivities (engagement session/rehearsal dinner/wedding/etc.).

The contest ends Sunday, April 28th and the winner will be announced on Well-Groomed Monday the 29th. Ready, set, GO! Good luck, guys.

| Winners will be chosen at random. Contest ends Sunday, April 28th at 11:59 pm. The winner will receive prizes via mail. |

image by Jen Meneghin Photography

10 comments:

Louis said...

My fiancee and I were engaged on a beach in the Puget Sound. I am planning a relaxed rehearsal dinner picnic with lawn games and we will be honeymooning in Hawaii. Sticking with a summer island theme, groomsmen will wear light-grey suits.

Derick said...

My style is very youthful but modern/clean. Combining a simple color palette with fun textures and patterns really reflects me.

Autumn Thornburg said...

Corey & I met shortly after I got back studying abroad. We fell in love over pictures of grand buildings, beautiful architecture and classic vintage art. Every year we have made it a tradition to take a photobooth pic to commemorate our anniversary. So for our wedding were show casing beautiful photographs of our life adventures with a simple classic white wedding with peacock accents. Beautiful textures of satin, pearls & feathers will set the mood, and we'll have a photobooth for our guests to continue our tradition, maybe this will be a chance to commemorate they're first date!

Autumn Thornburg said...

Corey & I met shortly after I got back studying abroad. We fell in love while drooling over pictures of grand buildings, beautiful architecture & classic vintage art. We chose an amazing lodge in Arrowhead for the event, where we will be having our rehearsal dinner & wedding the next day. Were going to ask our party to dress " dapper" to keep up the vintage look, all 40's style and have a photographer to capture the moment at the dinner.Our wedding will be black tie, at sunset.
Every year we have made it a tradition to take a photobooth pic to commemorate our anniversary, in the same vintage style.So for our wedding it was only natural for us to show case beautiful black & white photographs of our life adventures with a vintage, polished white wedding with peacock accents, textured fabric to create understated elegance. Beautiful textures of satin, pearls & feathers will set the mood, & we'll have a photobooth for our guests to continue our tradition. Were giving each guest a custom frame for their photo strip as their party favor& a gift basket with champagne, orange juice & for scones for anyone who decides to spend the night.We know this event will be amazing and we look forward to sharing these moments with our friends and family

Abigail Raymond said...

We're both writers and plan in incorporating elements of our favorite poems and writers into our wedding. Including a few "bees" from a poem he wrote me when we first started dating.

Andrea said...

We both love to travel and were actually engaged while on vacation in eastern europe! We're planning on incorporating a travel theme into our destination wedding through our invitations, programs, guestbook and tables!

Yelle said...

The way we are incorporating our style is by having deer antler in our centerpieces! We love the natural world and science so it's our little way of bringing the unexpected to our wedding!

Dave Smith said...

My fiance and I are both fans of Disney, her through Disneyworld and me through Disneyland. The Disney parks each have "hidden mickeys" and we are incorporating this element into our decorating. At the parks they find ways to hide mickey mouse everywhere (most famously with the dinner plates on Haunted Mansion). We're co-opting the idea to encompass all things we like to "hide" them in the elements of our decorations. That way, like the hidden mickeys in the park, people who know the things we like we'll understand the hidden meanings, but other people will just think they're cool designs.

Jonathan said...

My fiancé and I are having a madras themed wedding in early July, we have always loved the pattern! The groomsmen will be wearing madras suits and the bridesmaids will be wearing madras dresses. We will be having the ceremony in Aruba so I believe it will fit the scenery well.

Darren said...

Congrats, JJP! You won the Well-Groomed Giveaway. Email me at hey[at]wellgroombedblog.com to redeem your prize.

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