Rose Groom's Boutonniere



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A traditional rose grooms boutonniere used to be white to match the bride's bouquet. Now all colors are considered acceptable. Still, I wanted to show you different ways to create beautiful white rose boutonnieres.

This first one is a sweet double bloom with a bud resting at the top.

Seeded eucalyptus and a touch of wax flower cluster around this white rose. Eucalyptus usually has rounded leaves, but they were trimmed to give the distinctive rose leaf shape while keeping the unusual dusty green of the eucalyptus.

A row of smaller roses are taped one directly on top of the other with a decorative gold cord to give an unusual flair.

Photos courtesy of John Henry. All rights reserved.


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