For The Groom

27th March 2018

10 timeless ideas for the groom’s boutonniere

Let the groom and his party have the spotlight for a moment with on-trend button holes.

1. Succulents

Vibrant succulents accompanied by touches of pink and yellow equal modern magic.

2. Festive florals

The hint of burgundy and berries give this boutonniere a decidedly festive feel.

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3. Elegant orchids

Orchids are a stunning and timeless choice of flower for the bride and groom. This dapper dude certainly does his fancy boutonniere justice, complete with a touch of fern.

4. Rustic charm

Rosemary paired with lavender – we can’t think of a simpler yet more fragrant button hole than this one.

5. Spring bunch

Despite its miniscule size, this lovely button hole packs a punch with its variety of flowers, colourful appearance and whimsical vibe.

6. Cute as a buttercup

Pink and white buttercups, or ranunculus, set the tone for this vibrant, springy buttonhole – can you imagine the bride’s bouquet in the same flowers?!

7. Classic rose

You can never go wrong with a classic white or pink rose – it will complement any suit colour and any wedding theme.

8. Flower free

If your wedding is taking a non-traditional route, then so should the flower arrangements, including the groom’s boutonniere, such as this steampunk-inspired version.

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9. Go solo

We’re referring to the button hole, of course. A single flower rather than a bunch can be so effective, especially if the flower – or its arrangement – is a little out of the ordinary.

10. Go big

A button hole is one of very few accessories you as the groom will be showcasing on your wedding day – so why not go big? Buttercup, frog eye greens and berries all in one. YES.

Image Credits

Forage and Blossom

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