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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Julie, When one color is light, the other should be darker, rather than the same intensity. Have you or your daughter considered using a deeper shade of green to go with the mint? Tuxedo colors are limited. Gray is traditionally worn at morning weddings, so that leaves you with black or brown. You might consider a black tux with a green vest.

If it will be quite warm where you live the groom might wear a dark suit rather than a tux. It will be cooler. He could wear a dark suit, white or off-white shirt to match the color of the wedding gown, and a mint tie.

Since there are no mint colored flowers, though there are several green ones, your daughter might want to decide on her flowers and choose a color from them for the vests/ties.

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