The men in your wedding party can be original and stylish, thanks to some fresh takes on boutonnieres. Boutonnieres are a great way to make all the men who have a part in your wedding feel special. Aime-Marie Blanchette, from Pink Twig Floral Boutique in Toronto, suggests incorporating some of the latest trends:
Less Floral, More Funky
These days, boutonnieres are showcasing fewer florals and more berries, craspedia flowers (they look like little yellow pom poms), succulents (a cross between a cactus and plant) and scabiosia bitter balls (from the onion family).
Wrap It Up
Instead of wrapping the stem in black satin, consider polka dots, hemp or burlap. Then secure with a traditional pin or magnets. Typically, you will need a boutonniere for the groom (his should differ from all the others), groomsmen, dads, grandfathers, emcee and anyone else who has a role in the wedding. Ensure that they coordinate with the flowers carried by the bridal party.