Ever since she was a little girl, Meghan Authement dreamed of having a classic, elegant spring wedding. Her dream came true after she met the love of her life, Lee Williams. The wedding, held at Christ the King Church and Cannery Ballroom, was replete with all-white florals and greenery. Meghan wore a traditional A-line gown and Lee wore a classic tuxedo from Street Tuxedo. “My absolute favorite design element was a hanging floral chandelier. It hung over our head table and was 8 by 4 feet, covered in greenery and white flowers, with three crystal chandeliers hanging through the middle,” describes the bride.
Lee went with a classic black tuxedo with suspenders and bow tie. His Ike Behar tuxedo was made of a lightweight super 120’s wool material with a little sheen to it. It featured a peak lapel as well as piping on the outer leg seams. “Both Lee’s and my attire fit perfectly with the elegant style we were after and complemented each other in the best ways. Lee looked so sharp in his timeless tux. Multiple wedding guests said he looked like a movie star from the sixties!” beams Meghan.
“Street Tuxedo was a dream to work with. . .Katie pulled several options that fit into the classic style Lee was looking for and was very informative on the different details and features of each tuxedo. After our appointment, they followed up with handwritten notes of thanks – which I loved!” says Meghan.
Meghan and Lee also chose to utilize the concierge service Street Tuxedo offers, which included the tuxes being delivered to Lee’s suite on the day of the wedding, along with a Street Tuxedo representative to tie the bowties, steam the tuxes, fix hems, etc. “We couldn’t have had a better experience with this business,” Meghan said.
Street Tuxedo has four locations as well as a mobile location. Groomsmen that are coming from out of the state or out of the country can get measured at their local tuxedo shop and have their tux ready when they get to Nashville. “If something doesn’t fit the way they want it to, our warehouse is right here, so we can tweak what we need to,” says Street Tuxedo’s Katie Mills.
To find out more about Street Tuxedo, pick up a copy of Enchanted Brides magazine today!
Written by Kelly Dillinger
Contributing Writer Katie Mills of Street Tuxedo
Photography by Chesley Summar Photography