The bride is often the one choosing the style and colors for the wedding party outfits, and most grooms are amenable to wearing whatever she desires. While they are happy to please her by wearing whatever color tuxedo she chooses, their grooms or ushers might not be so happy. The same can be said for the female attendants, and the maid of honor might have a thing or two to say before the wedding party walks down the aisle.
Many brides want their wedding to be coordinated when it comes to dressing their wedding party but the colors for the day might not be suitable for each person. Everyone has different skin and hair, so they might look washed out in some shades. While men tend to care less about this, women are often very aware of how good or bad they will look in any shade of dress. Listening to her attendants while shopping might be a good way to even out the looks, but a bride should also be prepared to put a halt to it when the complaints get out of hand.
Some couples would rather have what they consider to be traditional outfits, but their modern friends could rebel. Families with a history that includes kilts could find this garb is unsuitable for some of the wedding party, so there might be issues cropping up. If they find their attendants dropping by the wayside, finding compromises in exchanging outlandish clothes for a unique pattern on a pocket handkerchief could solve the issue for everyone.
There are many different ways to dress those who will walk down the aisle before the bride, and their comfort and looks should be a consideration. Brides can become deeply upset when their attendants rebel, but they should feel able to discuss clothing rationally. Each person will need to feel they look their best on the wedding day.