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No, you don't. What's the expected level of formality at the wedding? If morning dress is not required, navy suit, white shirt and shepherd's check tie with a white linen pocket square will acquit you well in traditional terms.  But impossible to comment without knowing what the occasion might involve.
Re. grenadines and odd jackets:   I would wear a grenadine with blazer and greys.  Manton, as I recall, is not keen on grenadines with odd jackets, although in one of his BlazerSuit threads he combined blazer and greys with a gunmetal grenadine to great effect:     Connery Bond also:         But I wouldn't wear grenadine with a nubbier odd jacket.  In my mind grenadine is a formal tie, and I can't square this with the casualness of an odd jacket.  Ancient...
I don't understand threads like this.   In your position, I would aim to dress in high quality business casual clothes (i.e. Mercer OCBD, tailored cotton drills or wool trousers, good shoes).  Why dress in suits if it diminishes your effectiveness in the workplace and attracts the derision of your colleagues?
Add Richard Anderson.
Nice guys, highly competent:   PINNAS AND NEEDLES Address: 51 Lexington St, London W1F 9AR Phone:020 7437 6249   Can do quick turnarounds, but would call in advance to check.
I'd avoid the contrast collar and opt for something more understated.  Navy suit, light blue shirt and navy-with-white-pindot tie?
How about:   http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=7342   or   http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=2659
Brass / silver, etc. collar stays.  Plastic far preferable (although I would argue that plastic are superior, not inferior).
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