It might be the smallest detail in a wedding, but it can make a huge impact on a groom’s (or antigroom’s) entire look. We prefer a groom’s boutonniere to be simple and delicate- not overdone, especially when the wedding design concepts are exciting enough! Luckily, these kinds of important decisions are left to the experts- I mean florists (same thing)! One & Supp, Karla Cassidy Designs, and Dogwood Floral are just a few of our esteemed and preferred florists and the ones to thank for the ‘button hole’ decorations below. Which look do you prefer? Boutonniere 1. Lisianthus, Andromeda & Ninebark Foliage One & Supp They said it couldn’t be done, but this upscale campground wedding set the bar high for any future New Hampshire lakeside celebration. Details were both dramatic and understated, while proving to be purposeful and well thought out. The bride wore an unforgettable crimson wedding gown and her groom rocked a watercolor & paisley blue tie with a pop-of-watercolor, fuchsia pocket square. His simple lisianthus, andromeda & ninebark foliage bunch proved to be equally as cool as the wedding by completing his total look, without competing with any of the other rousing elements. Lauren Fair Photography Boutonniere 2. Pale Pink Spray Rose, Wax Flower & Dusty Miller Karla Cassidy Designs The florist for this romantic, New England summer wedding created an understated vintage feel, using a muted palette of creamy whites, blushes and soft gold accents. The pink floral boutonnière stayed true to the wedding’s palette, perfectly popping in pink atop of the groom’s heather-gray suit coat. Studio Nouveau Boutonniere 3. Crespedia Accented with Pennycress Foliage Dogwood Floral Design Dogwood floral fabricated a playfully fun crespedia boutonnière to adorn this groom on his special day. Wild florals of yellow, purple and shades of berry decorated the commemoration. The Pierce House in Lincoln, MA played host to the wedding, helping the couple, designers/planners (us!) and florists draw classic, vintage influences into the ‘garden charm’ inspired wedding. Megan Braemore Photography Boutonniere 4. Mini Succulent with Silver Brunia Dogwood Floral Design Note: Not all boutonnieres need to contain flowers. Sometimes simple clusters of succulents are all the very important male needs to decorate his tuxedo. With a museum used as the backdrop to this wedding cocktail party, interesting and artistic elements (like Rion’s anti-floral tux’ accessory) were incorporated to compliment the cultured venue. Studio Nouveau To find our more about any of these weddings or photos please contact hi@lolagraceEVENTS.com!