Wedding boutonnieres made of roses are such a tradition. Take a look at
some different ways to make your own groom's flower very special.
This first buttonhole is a hot pink rose accented with hypericum berries and backed with trachelium leaf.
Don't you love this soft pink rose wrapped in sheer ribbon?
An orange rose surrounded by Gold Dust draceana leaves.
I made this pale pink rose surrounded with silk rose leaves and accented with pulmosea and a little seeded euculyptus.
This red rose is accompanied with a bright red miniature carnation, red hypericum berries and a sprig of feathery white astibe.
Garnish a pale peach rose with white hypericum and a a couple of light blue delphinium blossoms.
This simple white rose design is ribbon wrapped with pale blue satin.
This blue "Cool Water" rose is more interesting because of the angled wires in back. They are taped with corsage tape, thenbent at unusual angles. Eryngium and and seeded euculyptus is backed with a geranium leaf.
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