Find the perfect boutonnieres for your wedding.
There are so many different things you can do with boutonnieres and flowers for groomsmen and it can be a little difficult knowing where to start. We are here to give you a little inspiration and direction with choosing and designing your groomsmen flowers.
This is possibly the most popular boutonniere, likely due to the fact that the rose is a beautiful stem that is incorporated into most wedding bouquets. They come in a large variety of colours allowing you to channel your wedding colour perfectly through the bridal bouquet and groomsmen's flowers. They signify love and romance making them a lovely addition to your big day.
Baby's Breath is the new in wedding trend and is truly beautiful. It adds a light and airy feel to any wedding, the cloud like blooms can be used alone or combined with other stems to fill out a bouquet. Secondly, they are also really cost effective if you're trying to keep within a tight budget. Is baby's breath in your wedding bouquet? Use it for the groom and groomsmen as a boutonniere. Even if it is just a filler within your bouquet, it gives the groomsmen something alternative to a rose boutonniere and ties the wedding colours, flowers and theme together.
Pop Of Colour
Combine stems in bright colours to add a stunning pop or colour to your attire. This can be done to suit the style of the suit or the wedding theme. Combine alternative stems for a quirky feel or keep it simple with a bold coloured stem that is in keeping with the bridal bouquet.
If you're opting for the rustic feel don't forget about country style stems. Thistles are often forgotten about when it comes to blooms but they are a beautiful addition and add something a little unique to your attire whilst incorporating your theme perfectly.
Copper is the latest trend so why can't we incorporate it into our wedding? There are a few ways in which you can incorporate this into your groom's flowers. Either use copper wire around the stems for a beautiful brassy touch, or for something a little different opt for a copper coloured paper flower. Little details like this and accents of copper in other areas of your wedding tie the colour scheme together beautifully.
Match you groomsmen flowers to the season. For Autumn and Winter combine seasonal hues with berries and pine cones and finish the design off with twine to create the perfect look.
Are you looking for something a little different? Boutonnieres don't have to include flowers, you can use just about anything as long as it's small enough, some ideas include, keys, bottle tops, an old stopwatch, anything you can think of! If you love to get creative this is the one for you. This a beautiful way to incorporate your wedding theme into the grooms' outfit.
We hope this has helped give you a little inspiration for your big day. If you're looking for beautiful flower arrangements available for delivery 7 days a week across the UK head over to Appleyard London. Our bespoke blooms are the perfect gift for all occasions and are all available for next day flower delivery.