We loved these bright and blooming bouquets for our beautiful bride, Erica! http://ow.ly/i/mxjcF
We loved these airy centerpieces for a recent wedding at Connecticut College, and we’ll be featuring more on an upcoming blog! Stay tuned! http://ow.ly/i/mxgA1
We love finding throwbacks of beaming bridal parties! These girls, dressed in pale pink carried bouquets of blooming peonies and sweet roses. http://ow.ly/i/m8OX8
How lovely are these budding boutonnieres?!
We love this earthy look, by using greens as a base and focal point, it creates a fresh look and sparks endless inspiration for boutonniere ideas!
This throwback bouquet of muted pink peonies mixed with classic creams is still loved by many brides today! http://ow.ly/i/ltXj4
By: Colleen Lennehan
Boutonnieres, a sweet staple to any wedding, are just as necessary as a bridal bouquet, or the first dance, and can be as unique as a field of wildflowers.
Many boutonnieres are classic, made of a few stems of flowers, perhaps wrapped in ivory ribbon, others are quite unique in style and include personal objects meaningful to the couple.
Some of the most popular blooms Terri uses for boutonnieres are ranunculus, spray roses, succulents, and mini calla lilies. She often adds greens in as well to give the little lapel accent a fuller look.
Many brides love a classic and clean feel with a single flower and a strand of ivy or baby’s breath, while others love a messy natural look of eucalyptus or dusty miller accompanying their flowers.
Either way, these wedding day necessities are the perfect way to continue your color scheme, theme, or character!
We’ve gathered a few classic and quirky button hole ideas for you! Enjoy!
Florist- Terri Krisavage
*All other photos were credited to the website that featured them or their original photographers and florists!
Throwback to this earthy bridesmaid bouquet full of natural colors and textures! Roses, hydrangea, dusty miller, brunia, and scabiosa pods made up this fresh bouquet! http://ow.ly/i/liSkG