How to Incorporate Camo into a Wedding

If you and the love of your life are entertaining the idea of incorporating camouflage into the décor on your wedding day, have no fear – Sheplers is here! Sheplers, your one stop shop for all things western wear, can share some creative ideas you can use to incorporate camo into a wedding.  Whether you’re the wedding planner or the soon-to-be-wife, you can sneak some camo into a wedding in the most creative ways.

 

Wedding Invitations – Being the first detail of wedding planning, an invitation helps set the tone. If you’re looking into incorporating camo into a wedding, you can start with the invitations. Provide your guests with a sneak peek at what’s to come with some camo color on their RSVPs.

 

The Groom’s Tie – This little touch of camo on the groom will coordinate with the entire subtle camo theme when the groom puts camo flair to his fashion. Whether he’s wearing a traditional necktie, a bowtie, or even a vest, all these options will look great.

 

The Bride’s Garter – This small, sneaky way to incorporate camo into a wedding is a fun surprise for the hubby.

 

Koozies – Everyone loves koozies, and here at Sheplers men’s western wear, we know it! Koozies are a nice little grab gift that everyone can keep, and customized wedding day koozies are a great little party favor. You can incorporate camo with the right personalized wedding koozie to commemorate your special day.

 

The Bride’s Shoes or the Groom’s Socks – For the couple that wants a little bit of camo to be seen in their ensemble but doesn’t want to go all out with camo from head to toe, a pair of hunter green heels for the bride and camo socks for the groom to match provide a subtle pop.

 

Sheplers, one stop shop for all things in men’s western wear, agrees that you can also incorporate camouflage into your wedding with napkins, the guest book, and even the pillow for the ring bearer or the flowers that the flower girl will be throwing out of her basket.