Though they may be small, boutonnieres can make a big statement. Traditionally, boutonnieres are made from the bride’s bouquet to symbolize the groom’s ties to the bride. However, a lot of grooms and groomsmen just aren’t that into feminine floral arrangements. So how do you go about finding that perfect boutonniere that will win your guy’s heart, but still feel like a cohesive part of your bouquet? Get inspired by these refreshing boutonniere recipes and elements below.
Floral: 1. Flowerwild (photo by Jose Villa Photography) | 2. Mindy Rice (photo by Jose Villa Photography) | 3. Les Productions de La Fabrik (photo by Le Fleuriste Du Coin) | 4. Bows and Arrows (photo by Ryan Ray Photography)
Floral: 1. Mindy Rice (photo by Jose Villa Photography) | 2. Bows and Arrows (photo by Ryan Ray Photography) | 3. Designs by Hemingway (photo by Christine Clark) | 4. Jolly’s Floral (photo by D’Arcy Benincosa Photography)
Petite Wild Flowers
Floral: 1. Kim Williams The Enchanted Florist (photo by Esher & Smith) | 2. Jaclyn Journey (photo by Natalie Watson) | 3. Flory Photo and Nirav Photography | 4. Anthology Co (photo by Katie Lopez Photography)
Floral: 1. Daffodil Parker (Photo by The McCartneys Photography) | 2. Megan Wilkes (photo by Heather Hawkins) | 3. Art with Nature (photo by Michael Radford Photography) | 4. Melle Anaiis (photo by Sophie Delaveau)
Floral: 1. Southern Blooms (photo by Katie Stoops Photography) | 2. Emily Scannell Photography | 3. Madame Arisan Fleur (photo by Jose Villa) | 4. Rachel May Photography
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