26 Beautiful Garden Boutonnieres

Outfit your dashing groom with a botanical boutonniere for your garden wedding.

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Rad Ranunculus

Ranunculus and lisianthus bud provide a pop of color against a black tux in this design by by Nancy Liu Chin Floral & Event Design. Photo by Janae Shields

Pods and Posies

Spray rose, Dusty Miller, astilbe and scabiosa pods are blended into a beautiful whole in this floral design by Cori Cook

Rockin' Ranunculus

Floral designer Kara Delay created these adorable boutonnieres using ranunculus, freesia, seeded eucalyptus, spray roses, Dusty Miller. Photo by Laura Murray

Green Orchid

Nancy Liu Chin Floral & Event Design created this elegant boutonniere using green dendrobrium orchid with hypericum. Photo by Ken Buck 

Sweet Succulent

A succulent, eucalyptus, lavender and dusty miller leaf blend into a beautiful whole with floral design by Lauryl Lane. Photo by Desi Baytan Photography 

Boxwood and Berries

Blush astilbe, jasmine vine, mahonia berries, 'Vivine' spray rose and boxwood come together with design by Cedarwood Weddings. Photo by Frenzel Studios 

Balsa Wood Flower

A clever balsa wood flower, mini lotus pod, dried wheat and dried pussy willow create a handsome design from Lauryl Lane. Photo by Milou and Olin Photography

Comely Kumquats

The quirky use of kumquats and jasmine vine distinguish this floral design by Kelly Marie Thompson of Fleur Inc. (www.fleurchicago.com). Photo by Jeremy Lawson Photography.

Classic Rose

A classic spray rose boutonniere by Trebella Florals.

White and Yellow Distinguish a Fellow

Yellow ranunculus, billy balls, dusty miller, and camellia foliage. Floral design by Cori Cook. Photos by Laura Murray.

Anglophile

English lavender, rosemary, beauty berries, garden sage and Annabelle hydrangeas come together in floral design by Willow Oak Flower & Herb Farm. Photo by Joy Aleman

Sedum Story

Ranunculus, sedum and plumrose in a floral design by Lauryl Lane. Photo by Laura Murray.

High Class Cotton

This clever cotton boutonniere includes silver brunia berries and willow branches for homespun chic. Floral design by Lauryl Lane. Photo by Jasmine Star

Poppy Art

Icelandic poppies, seeded eucalyptus and ranunculus are wrapped with gray ribbon in this floral design by Kelly Marie Thompson of Fleur Inc. Photo by Olivia Leigh Weddings

Orange Crush

Ranunuclus and pussy willow form a sweetly simple design by Trebella Florals. Photo by Blest Photography

White Wedding

White ranunculus, white veronica, silver sage foliage, and jute wrap with exposed stems give this boutonniere a modern edge. Floral design by Kio Kreations. Photo by Maypole Studios Photography

Wheat Is Neat

Echinacea, wax flower and dried wheat blend in this floral design by Isari Flower Studio + Event Design. Photography by Paula Luna

Pink and Green

Jasmine vine, mahonia berries, 'Vivine' spray rose and the addition of boxwood distinguish this floral design by Cedarwood Weddings. Photography by Frenzel Studios

Buggy

A resin scarab beetle and mini Phalaenopsis orchids make this a memorable, unique boutonniere for the bold groom. Floral Design by Isari Flower Studio + Event Design. Photography by Paula Luna

Pale Rider

Pink astilbe, jade succulent and dusty miller offer subtle colors against a light suit. Floral design by April Flowers. Photography by Mike Larson Photography

Found Objects

These striking boutonnieres are made with stones and shells foraged on a beach in Oyster Bay, Long Island and paired with wild grasses and celosia. Floral design by Molly Oliver Flowers. Photo by Les Loups

Incredible Edibles

This early June boutonniere features radish and garlic scape, sweet pea and parsley flowers. Floral Design by Molly Oliver Flowers. Photo by Les Loups 

Very Variegated

Italian pittosporum, spray rose and privet keep things minimalist and chic. Floral design by Nancy Liu Chin Floral & Event Design. Photo by Kevin Chin

Berries and Bows

Hypericum berries, lady’s mantle and salal leaf strike an old-fashioned note. Floral design by Lauryl Lane. Photo by Braedon Flynn

Wedding Wreath

This unusual shape is formed from a ring of hyacinth blooms and black and white ribbon. Floral Design by Isari Flower Studio + Event Design. Photography by Paula Luna

Black and White is Out of Sight

A white calla lily is wrapped in black and white ribbon in this design by Green Thumb Flowerbox Florist. Photo by Colleen Amelia Photography