The boutonniere – buttonhole en Français – has long represented masculinity, sophistication, and stylish creative expression. Today an integral part of every dapper groom’s get-up, the possibilities for boutonnieres are virtually limitless, as more and more men are vouching for unpredictable bouts in a wide variety of colors and shapes.
While your man may not be up all night perusing Pinterest for his perfect floral contribution, there are plenty of exciting options when designing a boutonniere that compliments your bouquet and overall color palette.
“The bride’s bouquet is one of our main focuses as floral designers, so we always love to have a little fun with the groom’s boutonniere!” says our Creative Director, Lindsay Saltz, “We almost always take a flower that’s featured in the bridal bouquet so that they complement each other. Most importantly, the flower has to be sturdy. It’s always tempting to use something like Sweet Pea or Cosmos – something unique; but we have to be practical so that the boutonniere still looks lovely by the time they say I do.”