Every bride wants their wedding to be as unique and special as they are, and while the single flower boutonniere is one of the most traditional wedding accessories, you and your wedding planners may want to try something different. Your gorgeous groom, stylish groomsmen, and proud fathers can express their personalities by steering away from the standard floral buttonhole corsage. If you just aren’t into flowers, if someone has an allergy, or you are watching your budget, you can find an alternative to fit your needs. There are inspirational boutonniere ideas for any theme, budget, and design.
MAKE IT PERSONAL
These simple silver pins give a personal touch to your wedding party, while adding a bit of fun and humor. They can embody anything as simple wedding duties to affectionate and humorous nicknames. Your wedding party is an intimate and exclusive part of your special day, and these pins are a lasting keepsake to remind you all of your shared joy.
KEY TO MY HEART
Incorporating vintage or vintage looking skeleton keys is a simple and meaningful way to create a unique and elegant lapel piece. This version is almost effortless, just tie a ribbon around the top of the key and pin it on. I like the idea of using a larger key for the groom.
ON THE BUTTON
Hand-crafted details make these DIY boutonnieres a creative part of your wedding day. Whether colorful and whimsical or rustic and down to earth, these budget friendly boutonnieres will add simplicity to your wedding planning.
SPARKLE AND SHINE
These crystal boutonnieres with a ribbon wrapped stem can be made in any color. Elegant and sophisticated, they would be most fitting for an evening wedding. They will become a beautiful memory gift for your wedding party.
I CAN BE YOUR HERO
If you are marrying that over the top, super fun guy who is confident enough to admit he’s a bit geeky and into comic book heroes, these boutonnieres are for you. From Superman to Iron Man, they are a creative way to have some laughs during your wedding ceremony and reception.
When looking around, it is obvious that there is no limit to what you can use as a boutonniere. Use your imagination, have fun, and show your personal style!
Wedding planners around the world are helping brides and grooms with their perfect day. They can show you examples of other unique corsages and boutonnieres. They usually work together with various companies who are specialists in each and every field of expertise. With wedding flower companies, dressmakers (such as Caroline Arthur, party and event hire marketplaces in Australia, jewelry.