For boutonniere flowers, we not only want the grooms to look and feel good wearing them, but we want the boutonniere to look good in photos too.
Using bright and striking flowers with creative and unique design will achieve that. Usually, the grooms would want something that is not so flowery but something clean and 'crisp'. Strong lines with strong characteristics is what you're looking for.
Here's a white calla lily with a billy ball, wrapped in a galax leaf. Also added were some yellow fillers, other foliage.
White hydrangeas with a tint of blue for this groom. Add only a bit of green to this hydrangea boutonniere so the beauty of the hydragea can be shown. They match with the groom's blue tie.
A small bunch of blue muscaris in this wedding boutonniere.
Three craspedia balls, some lamb's ear, beargrass and seeds for this sweet looking boutonniere. Tie the stems with a black or dark brown satin ribbon.
A white lily boutonniere that matches the groom's moss green tie.
Yellow alstromerias with kangaroo paws, fall berries and ruscus leaves.
Stephanotis blooms with green berries which are sprayed in gold. The small branches are also sprayed in gold.
Orange freesias with ivy leaves and wax flower buds.
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