Although weddings are usually very much about the bride, it’s just as important to have the groom looking dashing and stylish on the special day. There are small ways in which grooms can add loads of flare to their looks, starting with the most common one – the boutonniere.
The boutonniere can really add a nice burst of color to the groom’s suit. For grooms who don’t like the traditional romantic floral boutonnieres, a few modern trends, including the use of cotton, feathers, and DIY buttons, can be designed to fit the modern taste. The color scheme of boutonnieres usually tie in seamlessly with the rest of the wedding and tend to match the bride’s bouquet. Boutonnieres need not be subtle or traditional, it can definitely turn into a creative and fun aspect. Check out today’s creative boutonniere ideas to make your grooms stand out!
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