Groom Boutonnieres



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Enjoy the photos below of different styles of groom boutonnieres. If you want to see more, be sure to check out ALL the links on the bottom of my home page.

Looking for the soft, dreamy look? A creamy peach rose, accented with pale blue delphinium and pink mums also have Dusty Miller leaves.

A "Cool Water" rose (sometimes referred to as a "blue rose", despite the fact that it has more of a violet shade) with purple limoneum as a filler.

A single yellow tulip with it's stem wire wrapped and an accent of green rhinestones. Be sure to treat water loving flowers like tulips with a flower sealant and keep refrigerated until worn.

Pink Nerine lilies with tightly wire wrapped stems make a very cool boutonniere.

Here are the same blooms, except used with roses and made into a pocket boutonniere instead of a pin on.

White freesia and varigated ivy always creates a very classy, traditional look.

Photos courtesy of John Henry. All rights reserved.


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