Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Today I wanted to feature boutonniere's a small detail, yet an important one as it sits on the lapel of the grooms jacket! In the 50's carnations were all the rage, the 80's saw roses as the only way to go, but todays bride wants something different and todays grooms usually wants his boutonniere to be done a little smaller and low key. Here are a few ideas.

For a yellow wedding, with yellow flowers, Billy Balls are a fun, yet masculine flower.

You can't get much simpler than a single green kermit mum. Many grooms like their boutonniere's to be kept simple on their wedding day.

For those brides using blue and yellow a yellow tulip with blue hydrangea adds a crisp look for this wedding look.

Red Anemone, a favorite and a bit different for the classic red wedding.

And last of all the white rose, but with berry and fern embellishment to add texture to your grooms tuxedo

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