For Some Reason, Ninja Turtles Are the Biggest Trend in Groomsmen Style Right Now

And we don't hate it!
by Rachel Torgerson
Ninja Turtle groomsmen socks
A Picturesque Memory Photography
  1. Cowabunga, dude! Groomsmen are pretty much known as the jokesters of the wedding party, so it's natural for them to get silly in speeches, the reception introductions and even in their clothing. We've seen it all from Lego boutonnieres, to super hero shirts and silly socks. But, we may have just found the newest trend in the groomsmen world: The Ninja Turtles.

    This '90s throwback is popping up everywhere, from socks, to boutonnieres and even cakes. If you think your guys should have a little sartorial freedom, and they love these fighting amphibians, consider gifting them with some of this retro paraphernalia.

  2. Ninja Turtle Socks

    Ninja Turtle groomsmen socks
    A Picturesque Memory Photography

    At Kristin and William's wedding in Westfield, New Jersey, the Ninja Turtles were a serious focus of the groomsmen style. They even wore these neon green socks with different masks for each of the four main turtle characters. Bonus points if you can name all of their names!

    From the wedding: A Whimsical and Elegant Wedding at James Ward Mansion in Westfield, New Jersey

  3. Ninja Turtle Cake Topper

    Ninja Turtle and Cinderella cake topper
    Shannon Cunningham Photography

    The bride and groom at this Austin, Texas wedding combined their somewhat different childhood tastes in the cake topper at their reception. He chose a Ninja Turtle, while she chose a Cinderella figurine.

    From the album: A Romantic, Outdoor Wedding in Austin, Texas

  4. Ninja Turtle Lego Cuff Links

    Ninja Turtle cuff links
    A Picturesque Memory Photography

    We've seen Lego boutonnieres and cuff links before, but we've never seen them in turtle-mode. These groomsmen shared a little personality with their turtle cuff links, and look, the little guys are even dressed up for a formal affair!

    From the wedding: A Whimsical and Elegant Wedding at James Ward Mansion in Westfield, New Jersey

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