When we talk about wedding floral trends for 2016, the versatility of the boutonnieres is something we simply cannot miss. While brides are expressing their individuality and style through bouquets, why can’t guys show off theirs too? Boutonnieres are a great way to add character to your wedding wardrobe, and here are some creative styles that will be making their way through 2016!
Loose Floral Boutonniere
Credits (left to right from the top): Corbin Gurkin / Ben Yew Photography / Flowerup (photo by Peaches And Mint) / Kate Alban Davies (photo by Zosia Zacharia Photography) / La Tee Da (photo by Krystle Akin) / Jaclyn Journey (photo by Natalie Watson Photography)
Credits (left to right from the top): Emily Scannelll Photography / Minka Fine Flowers (photo by Emily Delamater) / Mindy Rice (photo by Jose Villa) / Jenni Hill (photo by Sposto Photography) / Colleen’s Flower Cellar (photo by Canary Grey Photography) / Josh Gruetzmacher Photography / Pollen Floral Art (photo by Lauren Peele)
Credits (left to right from the top): Pat’s Floral Designs (photo by Katie Stoops Photography) / Erich McVey / Kim Williams of The Enchanted Florist (photo by Honey Honey Photography) / L’Atelier Rouge (photo by Alicia Swedenborg) / Madame Artisan Fleuriste (photo by Jose Villa) / Le Fleuriste Du Coin (Les Productions De La Fabrik)
Credits (left to right from the top): Ashley Bosnick Photography / Ryan Ray Photography / Lovely Leaves Floral (photo by Emilie Anne Photography) / Camellia Floral Designs (photo by KT Merry) / Jolley’s Gift & Florals (photo by Bella Cosa by D’Arcy Benincosa)
Credits (left to right from the top): Dandelion Floral (photo by Emily Scannell) / Gracious Events (photo by M Three Studio) / Kaleidoscope Flowers (photo by Sorella Muse) / Katharina Stuart (photo by K Stone Photography) / Heavenly Blooms (photo by Ryan Ray Photography)
Credits (left to right from the top): Rachel May Photography / Flory Photo and Nirav Photography / Johnny Jaquez Photography / Flowerwild (photo by Jose Villa) / Carlo Mendoza