With the focus on the bride to choose a beautiful wedding dress and bouquet, we often forget about the groom. The groom can choose a boutonniere, but they tend to be less than spectacular. Even though it is a small accessory, it still takes careful consideration. Traditionally, the groom wears a boutonniere on the left side of the tuxedo. It is often a simple flower, such as a white or red rose. It can be difficult to select a magnificent boutonniere. For this reason, we selected some images on trend.
If you want to keep flowers, consider making a tiny bouquet. The use of wild flowers can change everything! If your wedding theme is rustic, you can use farm plants such as wheat. You can also match your bouquet boutonniere to the bride’s bouquet for an impressive look.
For a more original approach, you can opt for a paper origami boutonniere. This is easy to do and because there are so many shapes that can be made with paper, no piece has to look exactly the same. It is definitely unique but you must take the weather into consideration. Paper origami is not the best option for a rainy wedding day.
Last but not least - the custom boutonniere! This option is another great way to be unique. You can show off your hobbies such as music, casinos, or even use little toys. There are no rules! You only need to use your imagination. Creating a boutonniere can also be a fun time to spend with friends and family before the big day.