Whether you want to host a Bohemian-style wedding or want to incorporate Boho elements into your wedding, here are some ideas to use dried flowers and dried plants for the boutonnieres.
The most used elements are pampas Grass, Ruscus, Bunny Tails, preserved Eucalyptus and other mixed seasonal dried flowers. But of course you can integrate all the different elements you want.
A boutonniere is a single flower or a small cluster of flowers that is typically reserved for formal occasions. Boutonnieres, which are also called “buttonholes” in some cultures/regions, are worn on the left lapel of a suit or tuxedo jacket, right over the heart.
And here is some extra help to choose who is going to wear a boutonniere at your wedding. Sporting a floral pin on your lapel is an honor, but who's actually supposed to wear a wedding boutonniere? The easiest answer is, the members of the wedding party and immediate family who are wearing a suit or tuxedo should also wear a wedding boutonniere.
We have a large section of high quality dried flowers and plants, to create the most beautiful boutonnieres. Take a look on our website.