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20 Blooming Boutonnieres

Let's give it up for the fellas! Groom's can get excited about flowers too! Take a look at some different ways to show personality in a groom's boutonniere. We love to add personal touches, let your personality show through, and dress up your best suit/tuxedo! Don't be shy to ask us to add in some crazy materials either (like an homage to a loved one, or a nod to your favorite childhood memory)! We compiled some pictures from our past grooms bringing sexy back with their own boutonnieres, see if any of these spark ideas for your upcoming wedding. We want you to love your flowers too!



  1. The Edward

A bright boutonniere with tons of character. The subtle purple tones mix well with his bow tie and pocket square. Edward's boutonniere features a purple ranunculus, a lavender lisianthus, and a blue thistle complimented by a fern leaf and some seeded eucalyptus.

Photo: Alanna Rae Photography


2. The James

A large white orchid creates a stunning boutonniere for this handsome devil. All hail the finger guns.

Photo: Lance Nicoll


3. The Hunter

Hunter's boutonniere makes you long for a winter wonderland and a cup of hot cocoa with dusty miller, brunia balls, and a white spray rose.

Photographer: Arte De Vie


4. The Steven

Looking for something a little different? Check out this colorful floral pocket square! A beautiful and unique variation on the boutonniere. And a clever way to get more flowers in your wedding day look! This pocket square boutonniere has dahlias, thistle, spray roses, ranunculus and eucalyptus, oh my!

Photographer: Mateo & Company


5. The Reggie

Adding natural elements like feathers and jute or hemp wraps give the boutonniere a whole new feel. This earthy boutonniere has babies breath, cedar and seeded eucalyptus with a feather tied together with twine, and compliments this snazzy gray suit so well.

Photographer: We Are the Rylands


6. The Andrew

Disney fans rejoice, this small bejeweled Mickey Mouse pin is the perfect addition to this textured bout! So fun to take a simple boutonniere like Andrew's and add a little of your own personality! The possibilities are truly endless.

Photographer: Herb Oldknow


7. The Mike

This neutral beauty is the perfect addition to a powerful suit in a bright hue! A simple white ranunculus boutonniere can make a statement, just look at Michael as the ultimate proof that simple doesn't have to mean forgettable.

Photographer: Creative Images


8. The Kevin

Colorful succulents create the unique boutonniere for Kevin. He looks so dashing in his kilt surrounded by the pampas grass.

Photographer: Xistence Photography


9. The William

A white anemone is at the heart of this beauty with a little seeded eucalyptus and spiral eucalyptus for accents and shape. We love to see that white and greenery against the classic black tuxedo, truly a timeless combination.

Photographer: Arte De Vie


10. The Matt

For something a little more funky, we painted baby's breath gold and some leaves black to create a stunning visual with some hot pink florals and a gold wire ornament.

Photographer: Mateo & Company

11. The Jay Cee

For these two grooms, a purple calla lily with some seeded eucalyptus and lily grass create an eye catching contrast to all of the orange accents of their pocket squares and ties.

Photographer: Mateo & Company

12. The Peter

This whimsical pastel boutonniere provides an incredible contrast to the groom's deep red suit. Pink and white lisianthus, blue delphinium, white veronica and spiral eucalyptus work together to create this textured, show stopping boutonniere.

Photographer: Nikki Rivera

13. The Gregory

When your style and accessories are point, sometimes you just need a single white calla lily to complete your look.

Photographer: We Are the Rylands



14. The Thomas

Bold yellows with purple and green accent - you know we're here for that! This Mardi Gras inspired boutonniere uses yellow freesia and lavender lisianthus to bring in those traditional celebratory colors.

Photographer: Mateo & Company


15. The Ben (Jr.)

Check out that contrast against both the white and black tuxedo jackets! The groom's boutonniere uses red and pink spray roses to make a statement while the ring bearer wears his own smaller boutonniere of just that classic red spray rose. They both look dashing!

Photographer: Almond and Bloom


16. The Michael

A little texture goes a long way! Look at Michael's boutonniere elevating that classic white ranunculus with some lavender veronica, and some blush lisianthus, finished with seeded eucalyptus and ruscus. That pastel color palate looks stunning against the charcoal gray of his suit.

Photographer: Mike Lirette Photography


17. The Paul

A classic for a reason, this white ranunculus boutonniere uses a mixed greenery backdrop of seeded eucalyptus and ruscus to wow against the black suit while not taking away from the timeless look.

Photographer: Brandon O'Neal


18. The Joey

Holy (Roller) this boutonniere is Paradise (Park)! Classic white and greenery is given a softer touch by adding some baby's breath and olive leaves. Beer provided by local brewery Urban South!

Photographer: Sarah Mattix


19. The Jared

Another subtle way to stand out can be in the ribbon tying your boutonniere together. Jared chose to bring that bright pop of red into the ribbon as well as in the beautiful red spray rose.

Photographer: Creative Images


20. The Louis

Who says boutonnieres need flowers? If that isn't your style, go for a super textured boutonniere like Louis. Using scabiosa pods, blue thistle, ruscus and seeded eucalyptus, this boutonniere manages to steal the show without any traditional blooms.

Photographer: Mateo & Co

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