Boutonnieres by Whimsical Gatherings

Today’s post is all about the men!  The boutonniere is often the smallest item we produce for a wedding yet it can make a statement all on its own.  We realize not all men enjoy dressing up.  Some men have strong opinions about what they adorn their suit jackets with, while others have no preference.  We’re giving you a few of our past boutonniere  designs to consider today.  Some traditional.  Some a little out of the box.  Whether you are planning your wedding with your fiance or not, you may want to get his perspective on this one small detail.  Just like with our bouquet designs, we make each boutonniere a little different by using fresh flowers, greenery, and various wraps to add texture and detail.  To see the coordinating floral items from each event below, click on the photo to link back to the full album.  And if you missed our bouquet sample post earlier this week, keep scrolling!

David Payne Photography

Dixie Pixel Photography

Dixie Pixel Photography

Dixie Pixel Photography

Ashley Hoskins Photography

Ashley Hoskins Photography

Terri Swaggerty Portraiture

Meggie Velasco Photography

We don’t want to leave the boys out!  Here are just a few unique ways to have your rings make their way down the aisle.  The first is a ring pillow made of vintage book pages.  The second is made of flowers!

We plan to highlight some of our bridesmaids bouquets next week.  Stay tuned!

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The photos above were captured by our friends at Dixie Pixel Photo, Waldorf Photographic Art, Meggie Velasco, Ashley Hoskins Photography, Watson-Studios, Terri Swaggerty Portraiture, Nancy Hellsten Photography,and David Payne Photography

Without these amazing artists, we would not have photos of our work to share!

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