I wouldn't worry about matching the wedding colors. Especially not with the socks. Matching red socks to red tie to red bridesmaids is way too precious. Wear navy socks. Some brides today have a fixation with matching, and your fiancee' may demand that. But at least consider a different tie...say, in a dark purple PoW check or shepard's check.
How much time do you have scheduled between suit delivery and wedding? You'll want plenty of time, as MTM suits don't always work out perfectly, and you may need to enact some kind of backup plan. Or at the very least, get the suit altered after you receive it.
For the groomsmen, it's common to buy ties for your groomsmen. That saves you from their worst decisions and eases the budget constraint for them a bit.
Thanks for the input! I can probably get away with not matching socks, but I think the lady will want red on the tie. She may surprise me though, so far she's basically said she doesn't much care what I wear, within reason. I kinda like funky socks, in the sort of way that I like a flashy lining on a jacket. Kinda like business on the outside, party on the inside sort of thing.
The suit is being done by a company called Requisite Custom Clothing. They will be measuring me and taking posture notes on August 10th, and the wedding is November 10th. I guess the suits are made in Las Vegas. They say it's plenty of time to make the suit, and then after a fitting make any alterations if necessary. It's not MTM, and it's not fully bespoke either. From speaking to them, they meet with me at my home or office, they take the measurements, they take note of posture, they get all that info and send it to their... factory? From there they design the pattern using a CAD program based on exactly what I want. The parts are cut out, and they have skilled laborers do the simple stitching, and 20+ year master tailors do the difficult handwork.
That's what they explained to me anyway...
I think that buying ties for the groomsmen is a great idea! Should I get each of them a different tie? Or should I have them all in the same one? I'm fairly new to style do's and dont's.