Posted in Wedding Flowers | 29 August, 2016
Whether you call them buttonholes or boutonnieres, lapel flowers were, once, a common site on men’s suits and tuxedos, however, just about the only place we see them these days is at a wedding. Though traditionally worn by the men in the bridal party, these days, they can be worn by both sexes and, sometimes, they don’t even contain flowers!
Here are 8 gorgeous buttonholes that will inspire you!
For something different, forgo the flower heads and, instead, highlight of natural beauty of green foliage. Add extra effect by wrapping the stems in twine.
Reminiscent of spring, bright pinks and greens contrast well against this neutral colours such as grey or brown.
A pop of bright colour can be accentuated when using a single flower. This look is perfect for both a spring or summer wedding!
Gypsophila never looked so good! This style of buttonhole is so simple to create and so effective. A great look for a rustic-themed wedding.