DIY Boutonnieres



I think these DIY Boutonnieres are some of the prettiest I have ever seen.  If you want something a little different for your groomsmen/honored gentlemen, try some of these delightful DIY Boutonnieres.


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Wine corks have long been used for many more purposes than the intended sealing of wine bottles.  I love how someone designed the boutonnieres above using a cork as its base. And each could be unique as well, because no two corks are the same, — well neither are flowers!


Would you like something that would last forever?  Well consider these gorgeous felt flowers.  I love them, but frankly, I’d have a difficult time making them…and I bet they’d cost a fortune to have a seamstress create…maybe you have a super talented friend or relative?


And you know I have a fondness for succulents.  I love this style of flower.  Very masculine, and unique.


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Planning a country wedding with a casual flair?  Then these boutonnierers are for you!  They appear to be time consuming to create, but they ARE one of a kind.


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Or maybe you desire something understated, but sparkly – say for a formal evening event?  Then the above adornment is perfect. Some of your groomsmen may scoff at its delicateness, but it’s pretty and surely wouldn’t be cumbersome on the dance floor.


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The above button boutonnierer is adorable, but I doubt it would hold much appeal for men. Not so the one below.  I imagine it would be a big hit among your male attendants.


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Whatever you chose, it would be thoughtful to allow your groom to have some imput into this decision.  Afterall, most of the choices are yous…  🙂











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