6 Boutonnieres that Redefine ‘Going Green’

Not a fan of florals bursting with color? Touches of green offer a different look that goes with just about everything. These florists got it right with the beautiful bouts below!


Weedweavers of Wakefield created this natural boutonnière using dahlia, Russian sage, bamboo leaf, privet berry, fern and hydrangea petals. | Photo by Chris Vaccaro / Southern New England Weddings 2014

Designed by Lilacs Florals, this beachy beauty includes white ranunculus, dusty miller, fern, silver brunia and real coral. | Photo by Amber Jane Barricman / Southern New England Weddings 2014

A serene boot of white and green by Perfect Surroundings. | Photo by Maaike Bernstrom Photography / Southern New England Weddings 2016

Heather, eucalyptus and dusty miller compose this boot by Patrice R. Milley Floral Designers. | Photo by Lisa Rigby Photography / Southern New England Weddings 2015

Ranunculus buds with golf tee to accent, by Patrice R. Milley Floral Designers. | Photo by Lisa Rigby Photography / Southern New England Weddings 2015

A succulent and orchid blend earthy and fancy in this boot by The Original Touch. | Photo by Corinna Raznikov Photography / Southern New England Weddings 2016

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