Wednesday, May 1, 2013


Boutonnieres give the groomsmen's attire the perfect finishing touch. A boutonniere is usually made using one or more of the flowers from the bride's bouquet. Some are made with natural elements, such as feathers, pinecones, acorns or wheat. The groom's boutonniere may differ from the groomsmen's, but all are made with some chosen flower from the bride or bridesmaid's bouquets and usually wrapped in ribbon or twine.

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