Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Wedding Wednesday: Boutonnières for the groom

For many grooms, their own wedding will be the first time they wear a boutonnière. Boutonnières are traditionally a single bloom, and worn above the heart on the left lapel of the jacket or coat. At weddings there are no set rules on who wears a boutonnière, but most couples choose for them to be worn by the groom, best man and ushers, and sometimes the bride and groom's fathers or brothers. The blooms in the boutonnieres usually match the flowers in the bride's bouquet. Below are a selection of boutonnieres to inspire you when choosing them for your wedding.

If you'd like more inspiration for the groom, you can follow my Pinterest board here.

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