Compliment Her

Ryan got a text from Wendy as he stepped out of his car in the tux shop parking lot. It contained a picture of the bride's dress chosen for the Wilson-Winters wedding. His co-planner always did have perfect timing.

He straightened his bowtie quickly and stepped into the store. Immediately, he was spotted by the clerk, who knew him well from this sort of business. "That gentleman there is Mr. Wilson and he is my groom for my current wedding plan. Can you grab some tuxedos to match a dress like this?"

Then. Ryan approached Mason. "Hello, Mr. Wilson. I am Ryan Gilcrest. We spoke on the phone. Let's find you a tuxedo fit for your perfect wedding. I know this is all new to you, but that's why I'm here, to help. I can't show you, but I do know what the bride's dress will look like. I've shared the information with the clerk, who will be bringing over a nice selection for you to choose from." Just then, the clerk came over pushing a rolling rack of tuxedos toward them. Some were white, some were black, some were navy, but they all incorporated something of the exact shade of blue that the bride would have for beading on her dress. Any of these would compliment her dress perfectly without stealing the attention from the bride.

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