Boutonniere style can differ with each wedding. Do you want something
simplistic? Unique? Wild? Classic? Take a peek at how the newest
looks can put a new spin on the traditional buttonhole flower. You can check out my tutorials and learn
how to make a boutonniere.
Here's a twist on an old favorite. This burgandy miniature calla lily is paired with twists of pink and burgandy gladiolus petals, pink asteomeria petals and ruffled geranium leaves. The design technique is called "compositing" - meaning you glue several petals from different flowers into one bloom to create something really unique.
This hot pink Germini daisy is paired with green hypericum, an orange spray rose and backed with leaves made of beads. The stem is wrapped with Apple Green metallic decorative wire.
A traditional red rose bout is coupled with a burgandy mini carnation and white hypericum berries. It's backed with a galex leaf and ribbon wrapped with a fancy striped ribbon.
Bamboo sticks and hypericum berries turns this orange calla lily into an eyepopping prom or groom's flower.
Burgandy amaranthus drips off this red rose, centered with a cluster of hypericum berries and topped with a blue delphinum blossom.
This varigated ivy beauty is a deep orange Peruvian lily, better known as astroemeria. Deep red hypericum berries finish the look beautifully.
Gold dust dracenana leaves make this yellow rose bout sparkle like the real thing! Bear grass and a touch of yarrow makes this one a true winner!
Petals from a green cymbidium orchid make an unusual composite boutonniere that is paired with a yellow miniature calla lily. The orange petal from an orange LA lily finishes the look and detailing is with pearl pins.
This interesting look is a white daisy with yellow freesia, yarrow, a dahlia bud and the stem is wrapped with Dusty Miller leaf.