There are so few groom’s wedding accessories that each and every one of them counts. But the main item that points at the groom in the wedding crowd is a boutonniere or buttonhole. People have created myriads of boutonniere designs, they use fresh and artificial flowers, fruits and berries, décor elements, yarn, lace, feathers, and many more materials to make this tiny symbol of a groom unique and personalized. We’ve gathered for you a collection of ideas for lovely buttonholes and boutonnieres from different corners of the world. Hopefully, they’ll inspire you to create your own unique boutonniere design.
Your boutonniere can be a teeny-tiny bouquet of real fresh flowers. Looks unimaginable!
Unique handcrafted buttonholes and boutonnieres sometimes are made from items other than florals. For example, buttons, feathers, jewelry, paper, etc. Any personalized design is possible. Like this charming arrangement
Baby's breath flower can look even more interesting and pretty on a lapel than your typical rose buttonhole
Or, if you prefer a classic style, you can choose a buttonhole with a single rose
The more unique and personalized your boutonniere or buttonhole is, the better. Today, various unexpected plants, herbs, dried florals, etc are trendy
Colorful ribbons on a buttonhole or boutonniere are a nice element to tie this accessory to your wedding color or to just give it a few accents
Some couples choose neutral colors for their wedding bouquet and boutonniere – cream, beige, tan, nude, etc. But remember that you can do it only with a suit in dark color. Otherwise, your boutonniere will simply become invisible
A good florist can create wonderful boutonnieres using various plants, even those you wouldn’t think about putting in a bouquet
Your boutonniere doesn’t have to be made from flowers. You can use leather, fabric, cord, burlap, and other materials to make the buttonhole of your dream. This one is a matching set with the bow-tie
Different exotic plants are perfect for a boutonniere. And small berries and fruit are also often used
Obviously, your boutonniere or buttonhole should match the bridal bouquet
A boutonniere turned upside down – what a great idea!
Usually, a groom’s buttonhole is very small but not always. This arrangement, for example, is comparatively big and disheveled
This wedding boutonniere looks so delicate and tender. Even though the suit jacket is light-colored as well, the boutonniere doesn’t get lost in its background
If you have a certain wedding color and want your boutonniere to match it, it’s totally possible. There is such a wide range of flowers these days that you can easily find the right color, no matter what it is. For instance, this blue groom’s boutonniere is charming
White boutonnieres are probably rarer than colored but they look beautiful and pure. This one is made from artificial flowers and leaves
This groom’s lapel adornment looks exotic and very pretty. The red color makes such a bright accent
A single calla lily can be a lovely buttonhole – it’s large enough and looks unusual