Between the overall floral décor, the bride’s bouquet, her bridal parties’ blooms and more, often the groom and his groomsmen are forgotten when it comes to their floral accompaniments. No longer. With super creative florists and these fun fall boutonnieres you’ll love, there’s no reason for the men to be without blooms. Here are some fab finds we just had to share, and we hope you are inspired.
ORANGE YOU HAPPY?
Tracy Ryks, designer for Joy Unspeakable Flowers, created this simple orange ranunculus boutinnere with assorted greens. This shows how a simple pastel hue can make quite a statement. And we just love how it pops against the blue suit.
A MIXTURE OF TEXTURES AND TONES
Sadie’s Florals made this bout using a peach spray rose, eucalyptus and bronze-dyed Italian Ruskus.
Melissa Stratton, Owner & Creative Director says, “In the fall, we love to pair soft-colored blooms with a mix of seasonal floral textures and greenery for boutonnieres. The multiple textures and tones reflect the changing fall landscape and offer endless possibility to make each boutonniere unique.”
INDIAN FUSION INSPIRATION
A Pocket Full of Posies created these boutonnieres that seem simple on their own, but when set against the other florals of the day, the pink roses pop.
A UNIVERSAL CHOICE
And who said all fall fun boutonnieres have to be the same? Stratton of Sadie’s Florals describes these boutonnieres, “Ranunculus are one of our favorite boutonniere flowers for the fall and year-round! They naturally come in just about every color you could want and they hold up very well. We love to set the groom apart by giving the groomsmen different colored blooms. For the fall, pairing a soft peach ranunculus with a little eucalyptus makes for the perfect classic fall boutonniere.”
JUST TUCK IT AND FORGET IT!
Here is a boutonier style from Joy Unspeakable Flowers that is actually a trend, called the “pocket bout”. “No pins– simply slide into the pocket and go- just the thing for guys that seem always too confused as to how to pin!” This pocket bout was from a wedding with a fall wildflower theme.