Custom Neckties with Gold Coast Goods

Earlier this week, I talked a little bit about how Brian and Adrienne added personality into their wedding by focusing on their passion for food. The olive branches wrapped around votives, made to order sushi, and hand crafted cocktails, all stood out to me as I looked over their photos, and created a unique and memorable night for their guests. 

While I was wedding planning, I also made sure to add special details that were unique to Greg and I (like the honey favors made with honey from the ranch), because the personalized elements of a wedding will be what guests remember after years have passed. 

There are many ways to add personality into your wedding day, but today I want to talk about custom menswear for the wedding party. Long gone are the days of going to Men's Warehouse and simply picking a single color satin bow tie and pocket square. Today, it's all about unique accessories, and has become just as important of a detail as the bridesmaid's accessories. 

So when Sam, co-founder Gold Coast Goods, was planning her wedding, she knew she wanted to add a unique spin to her wedding parties' menswear. Her mom, Jan, a seamstress, offered to sew custom neckties for the day. As they heard more and more about people raving over the unique designs, the mother and daughter team knew they were onto something. 

Sam, a wardrobe stylist, asked her mom if she'd be interested in going into business, and with that, Gold Coast Goods was born. 

Operating out of California, every piece is handmade with love, and inspired by the natural surroundings of the Californian landscape. Sam has worked hard on curating a unique collection of pre-made pieces, but the girls have a passion for creating custom accessories for a one of a kind wedding party. With options like date embroidery, monogramming, and custom fabric, the possibilities are endless!

Gold Coast Goods also offers traditional neckties, neckerchiefs, and bow ties for everyday wear. The ready-to-wear line is inspired by, "the dreamers, summoned with pick axes and work boots, eager to dig into California soil with hopes of striking it rich."

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