Stylish and artistic boutonnieres are the hallmark of a wedding with flowers designed by Flourish. We love designing a wonderful boutonniere for the men in the wedding to wear on their lapels. We believe the Groom deserves to feel special too!
The Groom wore a succulent boutonniere and the groomsmen wore rose boutonnieres at this wedding at The Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, Ca. Photos by Allison Stahl
Love this yellow Aranda orchid boutonniere on our smiling Groom. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
These Grooms wore boutonnieres of simple and classic lavender callas. Photo by True Love Photo
Blushing Bride protea and seeded eucalyptus make for an interesting and textural boutonniere. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
This fun boutonniere featured seven different elements! Blushing Bride protea, Craspedia, Bunny Tail Grass, Stellata Pod, Smoke Bush leaf, Seeded eucalyptus and carnation petals all made up the boutonniere. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
Our Groom chose a classic spray rose boutonniere accented by Gunnii eucalyptus and Oregano blooms. Photo by Dee & Kris Photography
This mountain top wedding featured fun woodland theme boutonnieres. Groom’s boutonniere was an orchid and calla. Photo by The Goodness
A barn wedding held at Taber Ranch in Capay Valley, Ca called for a spray rose and seasonal element boutonniere. Photo by Carmen Salazar Photography
The men in this wedding party wore boutonnieres of spray roses, cedar, hypericum and rice flower with a stem that was partially wrapped with natural twine. Photo by Heather Prettyman Photography
This striking boutonniere of purple phalaenopsis orchids was perfectly accented with a crystal and a colorful pocket square. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
Textural boutonniere of Berzillia berries, Hypericum berries, dusty miller, and a ruby red spray rose were a striking choice for the Groom’s charcoal colored suit. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
Succulents, solidago and dusty miller where the perfect accent to the Groom’s seersucker suit. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
Craspedia accented with a dotted ribbon made for a fun and whimsical boutonniere. Photo by True Love Photo
This boutonniere, worn at a wedding at Wine and Roses in Lodi , Ca was all about the textural berries and leaves.
Yellow Aranda orchids, solidago and silver Berzillia berries were stylish in a boutonniere for the Groom.
A boutonniere of lavender Poms and a Stellata pod perfectly complimented the Groom’s ensemble. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
The Groom’s lapel sported a classic boutonniere of orchids and spray roses at this wedding in held in down town Sacramento, Ca. Photo by Sarah Maren Photography
Succulents and Kangaroo Paw made an artistic boutonniere at The Citizen Hotel in Sacramento, Ca. Photo by True Love Photo
Red Mokara orchids accented with a bit of gold wire was the perfect choice for a Groom looking for something a little different to wear on his wedding day. Photo by True Love Photo
White dendrobium orchids accented with dusty miller and two types of berries were made into a classic boutonniere with a stylish twist.
I hope there was a boutonniere that caught your fancy and inspired you to choose flowers that express your personalities for your wedding day. But in case you need more inspiration, look no further than Cary Grant, The King of Elegant Cool: