I am planning on having a suit made to measure for my wedding. I likely will be choosing my fabrics, sillouhette, details, etc. and having my measurements taken at a local men's shop by a guy who isn't a tailor, but has been in this business for decades. He uses H. Freeman, a Maryland, U.S. based company to make the suits (not Hickey Freeman). As it is a winter wedding with a church ceremony at 2 p.m. and evening reception, I am going to go with a solid charcoal suit. I'd like to get peaked lapels, 2 buttons, SB. Minimal shoulder padding. Tropical weight wool. Double vents. Flat front pants with side tabs. Regarding peaked lapels. I know the trend for notch lapels is narrow, but peaked are usually wider. Any suggestion on how wide a peaked lapel should be to ensure the peak is prominent and doesn't get "lost." I plan to accompany the suit with a heather grey, double breasted vest, formal white shirt, maybe a black and white houndstooth tie, black oxfords. I'm wondering what Styleforum's thoughts are on this ensemble, and if there are things I should consider changing. Also, I'm wondering if there are any suggestions when trying to communicate the look I am going for to the man who will be taking my measurements? I want a suit that I can wear for years, and I want a nice fitted look. Thanks in advance.