10 of the Best Boutonnieres
When it comes to floral arrangements for a wedding, centerpieces and a bride’s bouquet are among the most important components. But let’s not forget the guys! Boutonnieres add a dash of color and style to a groom’s tux or suit and can be customized to let hints of his personality shine through.
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The best part? From clean and classic to DIY and whimsical, the options are absolutely endless. Here are 10 boutonnieres we love—and think your guy will, too.
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A lone thistle gives this boutonniere a subtle dose of color and lots of interesting texture.
Photo by Justin DeMutiis Photography
We love the shabby-chic look of these simple, leafy boutonnieres.
We’ve seen our fair share of weddings, and yet this is the first time we’ve seen a circular boutonniere. We just hope it’s not the last.
Photo by Ly Sue of LH Photography
Two spiky yellow buds wrapped in a feather pouch make for one seriously whimsical wedding detail.
Crisp, clean, classic, and pinned to a sharp black tux, this timeless style is as good as it gets.
This boutonniere might be small, but with its mix of yellow and green and its handful of textures, it packs a playful punch.
Going glam? Skip the blooms altogether in favor of colorful feathers—and a tiny touch of bling.
With its shades of green, succulents, and pretty orchid, this lush little beauty takes us to the tropics—in our minds, at least.
Photo by Shea Christine Photography / Boutonniere: DIY
Crafty brides and grooms can give a rustic wedding a homespun feel by going DIY with their boutonnieres.
Photo by Jessica Lorren Photography / Boutonnieres by Simply Unique (closed)
Fishing lures add a little allure to these boutonnieres, which give guests a peek inside the groom’s fun personality.