They go together like two peas in a pod, or like a couple in love. A bride’s bouquet is the most important personal flowers of any wedding, and selecting the combination of color, texture and fragrance is a labor of love for every bride-to-be. Naturally, the bridal bouquet complements (sometimes even sets) the color pallet for wedding decor. The groom’s boutonniere is traditionally composed of a flower (or flowers) from the bride’s bouquet. Even though few men will profess a fondness of wearing flowers, on his wedding day, a boutonniere honors the groom’s sacred role.
Here are a few bouquet and boutonniere combinations we love, all creations of Cedarwood’s talented designer, Karen Wright.
We love to get ceative with boutonnieres….feathers, twigs, berries, ferns, cotton….let’s make the groom feel special!
Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team
Photographer credits in the order they appear:
1. Angela Anderson Photography
2. Jeter Photography
3. Uchida Photography
4. Krystal Mann
5. Ace Photography
6. Paul Rowland Photography
7. Daniel Meigs Photography
8. David Wright Photography
9. Amy Campbell of Angela Anderson Photography
10. Ace Photography
11. Dove Wedding Photography