• Lisa Nardella Photography.

A year in review: boutonnieres

By Bride and Groom 17 December 2018

There are many little details that make up a wedding day, right down to the boutonnieres, and that's exactly what Bride and Groom is looking at in today's edition of a year in review.

10. As the native flower trend continues to bloom gumnuts are being incorporated into boutonnieres like this design by Blooming Buckets Flowers, Kialla.

Nicole Williams Photography.

9. A crisp white rose is a simple solution for a classic boutonniere.

Liz Arcus Photography.

8. Native flowers are the perfect choice for a rustic boutonniere.

Prue Peters Photography.

 7. This Baby's-breath boutonniere by Bunbartha Beef may be simple but it sure is effective.

Liz Arcus Photography.

6. Against a dark suit this vibrant pink hue makes a statement.

Dan Evans Photography.

5. This bold boutonniere by Renato's Florist, Shepparton pops against the groom's blue suit.

Lisa Nardella Photography.

4. A simplistic greenery boutonniere featuring natives.  

Fern and Stone Photography.

3. Made by the bride's step mum this boutonniere is vibrant take on the classic red rose.

Amina Barolli Photography.

 ​​​​​​2. Using autumnal tones Blooming Buckets has crafted masculine boutonnieres fit for these grooms.

Jamile Kirri Photography.

1. There simply isn't anything better than vibrant Billy Button boutonnieres like this one by Flowers on Melville, Numurkah

Lisa Nardella Photography.

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