How to Tie a Scrunch Wedding Tie thumbnail The rouche tie, informally known as the scrunch tie, is a variety of cravat that has gained popularity as a stylish and fun necktie for weddings. Grooms and groomsmen often choose scrunch ties in favor of more traditional cravats because of their youthful and flirty look. Like traditional cravats, scrunch ties consist of a thin strip of fabric that fits around the neck and two long, wide ends that form the decorative ruffling and tails.
This is an example of the grooms/groomsmen attire. They will be in black tuxedos with green bow ties that are the exact color as bridesmaid dresses. They will not be wearing pocket squares. Would like them to have white boutonnieres above the pocket. Any green on the boutonniere should not clash with the dark/rich hunter green bow tie.