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Boutonniere or Buttonhole.

July 23, 2011



Boutonnière more commonly known as a Buttonhole, is worn by the main men at the wedding. 
The Groom has the most embellished and matches the theme of the wedding flowers usually complimenting the bridal bouquet and other wedding floral arrangements.


The most popular designs are simply rose blooms, in a range of different colours and ivy leaves are generally used for the backing foliages.
We can of course be more specific with your requests, just let us know if you have anything in mind.



To be slightly more individual chose a collection of wild flowers, tied with some string for a more rustic, less refined feel, you can still see each of the individual stems. Suitable for rustic country weddings.




It is just another way to be creative at your special event
and makes a wonderful keepsake for his Wedding Day!








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