Flowers are often a central part of the wedding day, but when it comes to boutonnieres- where do you begin? There are many options for flowers that will work well as a boutonnière. Here is some insight into what type of flower will suit your style and give you a beautiful look on your big day.
What’s Your Style? Sweet or Edgy? When choosing flowers for your bridal party, think about the tone for the rest of your wedding day. For example, if you have selected an edgier floral arrangement with many vibrant colors, rose petals might not be suitable for a formal event like a cocktail hour or ceremony. For something more sweet and soft, try lavender or gardenias in a pale color.
Make excellent wedding boutonnieres
If you are looking for some fresh flower arrangements that might help inspire your wedding, I have a few ideas to share. There are so many different floral bouquets and boutonnieres, depending on what type of flowers you like and the colors in your wedding palette. Check out these five great examples below for wedding inspiration.
- The first is an elegant white gardenia with green button cymbidium orchids and orange roses which would be perfect for a summer or fall ceremony.
- The next idea is this beautiful red peony bouquet with purple stock, blue iris, lavender gypsophila, and white lisianthus–perfect for an outdoor springtime event.
Boutonniere Ideas for Any Wedding
What is a wedding without flowers? The perfect bouquet can make the bride feel like a princess, and it’s also one of the essential parts of any ceremony. However, this is their first time ordering flowers for an event for many brides, so they may not know what to do or where to start.
What should I look for in my boutonniere? What style of boutonnieres is available? Where can I find examples of different styles and types of boutonnieres that might work for me? These questions are all answered below.
The perfect boutonniere should be a representation of who you are as a groom. It can be anything from an elegant corsage to something more masculine, like a hand-tied bowtie. With so many options, the bride and groom must discuss their preferences before deciding on what will suit them best for their big day.
A wedding isn’t complete without flowers! Whether they’re worn in the hair or pinned onto your lapel, there’s no denying that a flower arrangement makes any outfit look better (and it doesn’t hurt if they smell good). But when it comes down to choosing which flowers go into your bouquet, there are plenty of pitfalls to avoid.