When you plan your wedding, you invest an immense amount of time into making sure every detail reflects you and your partner’s personality and style. If everything on your day is custom-tailored, why have traditional flowers for your boutonniere designs?
Most florists love trying new designs for weddings. If you can communicate your idea, your florist should be able to create it. Here’s some inspiration to get your thoughts going on what you can do with a boutonniere!
Garden Creation: There’s not much like having a killer backyard paradise. If you and your partner are into growing your own food or gardening, capture that essence with a boutonniere that will incorporate some of those garden plants. (via Mobtown Florals)
Nautical Flair: A beach wedding on a beautiful day is something to behold. Bring the nautical to you wherever you are with this ribbon and helm bout. (via HappyWedd.com)
Blended Beaut: For an event that’s a bit more upscale, a twist on a classic is a must. This woven boutonniere with flowers is a show-stopper! (via SPhotos)
A Pop of Sweetness: Let everyone know you’re sweet on your man with this adorable soda pop cap boutonniere. (Photo via Juliane Berry Photography)
Love Gone Wild: If you love hiking and the outdoors, show it on your wedding day with this feathered bout. Wildflowers and foraged items like acorns and pinecones will go well with this style. (via CuriousFair)
Super in Love: To be in love is a superpower. If you’ve always been a fan of Marvel or DC Comics, incorporate your childhood pals into your wedding day. (via OneWed)
A Black Feather Affair: There’s something to be said for black and white. Let your boutonniere shine with this simple yet elegant feathered number. (Photo via WeddBook.com)
Pining for You: Having a winter wedding? This little gem is a perfect boutonniere for a simple and seasonal wedding. (Photo via Kate Osborne)
Steampunked: Gears galore! Bring the Victorian era to life at your wedding with this steampunk inspired piece. (Photo via Izzy Hudgins Photography)
All Wound Up: What’s love without some twists? For an industrial wedding, copper wire or another type will work well to add some edge into your day. (Photo via Photography by Monique)
What style do you have in mind for your boutonnieres? Will you go the traditional flower route, or are you planning to break the mold? Let us know in the comments below! (Bonus points for pictures!)