This Friday I want to take advantage of allowing the groom to have their shining moment and accessorizing with boutonnieres. Some grooms may not have any say or frankly care what their boutonnieres look like while others have a large say in the matter. Below are my favorite boutonniere combos which can give you some inspiration while creating your mans look for the big day.Scabiosa pods can put a new twist on detail.
Using ribbons can tie in the entire look of the day, why not use it in the fine details of your boutonniere as wellSucculents with bright pops of color can be an eye catching detail you will appreciate in your photos! I love the Gomphrena on the left!Sometimes you can stick to the basics and simple greenery can be all your groom needs to up his suit game.Making your groom’s boutonniere a bit different than the rest is a fun way to make him feel special among the rest… Besides the fact he gets to marry youAnemone and fiddle headed furn curls are two ways to turn heads!Ranunculus is the MOST popular boutonniere flower in my opinion and rightfully so! It is available in a wide range of colors and the stem is hardy enough to keep the head of the flower in tact throughout the night.Our most recent wedding had a dark eggplant accent color and using a not so popular variation of color was exciting for our staff! I love the green, purple, and pop of white it just looks so clean!Boutonnieres are one of my favorite steps in completing wedding flowers the day prior. The groom deserves to have a little something special as well on the bit day and I think it is an avenue that they can show their personality. What is your favorite combo?