Boutonnieres the Bros Will Love

It wasn’t until recently that I realized the importance of the “man flower” aka the boutonniere. There are certain things you don’t really notice at a wedding until you are planning your own and boutonnieres and corsages was definitely one of them for me. When my florist asked me how many boutonnieres I needed, I realized I hadn’t even thought about boutonnieres yet, so I immediately started checking out the options.  While most consist of some sort of flowers, there are actually a ton of non-traditional boutonnieres available these days, including seasonal-themed and ones made with wine corks, bottle caps, shells and more.  Here’s a little inspiration to get you started if you’re in the boutonniere selection phase like me!

Ruth Eileen bout

Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography, Floral Design: Little Flower Cottage

starfish bout

Photography: Erin H Photography

baby breath bout

Photography: onelove photography, Floral Design: BB Blossom

succulent bout

Photography:Stacey Ramsey Photography, Floral Design: Wildflower Florist and Events

white_boutonniere1

Photography: Jesse Leake Photography, Floral Design: April Flowers

Allie is a native New Yorker who fell in love with Rhode Island after studying Journalism at URI and living by the beach. After several years in Manhattan working in public relations and digital media, Allie returned to the Ocean State and currently resides in Newport. She enjoys writing, music, yoga and any activity that involves sunshine and the ocean.

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