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The pink boutonnieres for weddings pictured below are a mixture of roses, alstromeria and carnations. All are common flowers and available all year round.

This first one is made from a rose called "Sweet Moments" and is backed with miniature myrtle greenery. The stem is ribbon wrapped first and then wrapped with metallic wire. A bit of sparkly rhinestone accent has been added for that "extra touch".

This lapel flower is actually considered to be a lavender rose. They tend to be a hot pink in color. Accented with blue limonium, the stem has been wrapped with Oasis purple metallic wire.

Isn't this bout gorgeous? The cool greenery is a simple scented geranium leaf.

Alstroemeria is a hardy flower that holds up well for boutonnieres. Accented with pink calycinia, the stem is wrapped with pink metallic wire.

Powerful in strong pink, carnations are also very hardy and hold up well - even at outdoor weddings.

Photos courtesy of John Henry. All rights reserved.



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