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38 Fresh-Cut Wedding Boutonniere Ideas

August 19, 2019

Outfit your dashing groom with a unique botanical boutonniere made from this year's trendiest florals.

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Photo: Image courtesy of Laura Murray

Rockin' Ranunculus

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

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Photo: Image courtesy of Laura Murray

Pods & Posies

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

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Photo: Julie Paisley Photography

Something Special

These stunning white orchid boutonnieres held a special meaning for the bride: "My adoring grandmother spent her entire life hoping that I would marry a "nice, Italian boy" one day. When she met Joey, she knew that he was the answer to all her dreams for me, and she passed just four days after he proposed. When she walked down the aisle to my grandfather in June 1956, she carried a bouquet of orchids. We chose to honor her on our day by incorporating ivory orchids into our boutonnieres and bouquets." - Maria Conti

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Photo: Danielle Evans

Simple Succulents

A single echeveria bloom sits on a bed of seeded eucalyptus for a boutonniere that's stunning in its simplicity. Floral design by LB Floral.

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