Gorgeous Single Bloom Boutonnieres
Often it’s hard to strike the perfect balance when it comes to your groom’s boutonniere, I mean it’s pretty hard to make flowers not look feminine. The key to getting it right? Opt for something stylish and simple. Our best tip is to take the main flower from your bouquet, or your bridesmaids bouquet and use it by itself as a boutonniere, once you start adding more and more blooms in there it starts to look a little fussy.
Here are 3 single bloom boutonniere’s we seriously adore…
Pink daisies were used not only to contrast this grooms bold teal tie and vest, but also to match the hot pink bridesmaids frocks.
A touch of greenery was all that was needed to complete this oh-so stylish white ranunculus boutonniere.
A fragrant gardenia was pinned to this groom’s lapel, which perfectly suited this couples classic wedding style.
Have you organised your groom’s boutonniere? Did he have an opinion on what he wanted it to look like?