Here are 8 diy floral boutonnieres for grooms and groomsmen; from Weddingomania
We are rocking a DIY roundup week here at weddingomania.com, and today’s roundup is dedicated to floral boutonnieres.
Many of us are able to arrange flowers for centerpieces and bouquets, which isn’t difficult but as for boutonnieres – I think everyone can make that! They are much smaller, don’t’ require any special arrangements and skills to make. Let’s start!
Use your favorite ribbon and flowers to make the boutonnieres for your wedding day. You’ll be able to customize them how you want, plus you’ll save money. Use the blooms that you’ve chosen for your wedding bouquets or centerpieces and some ribbon to make the boutonniere stand out.
This floral boutonniere also includes some ribbon and blooms but here you’ll also see some berries and foliage for a textural touch. Boutonnieres can be made a day ahead of your event, and stored in a cooler with a temperature between 40° to 42° F.
Use sturdy blooms to ensure that your boutonniere will last through all of the hugs, kisses and photos of your special day.
These are the cutest rustic floral boutonnieres I’ve ever seen: they are made of baby’s breath wrapped with twine, what can be easier? Baby’s breath is great as it’s a fit for many weddings, not only rustic ones, and to make the boutonniere less rustic, just swap the twine for something else.
If you are going for geometric touches at the wedding, you’ll love this boutonniere. It’s not just a floral piece, it’s spruce up with a cool geometric touch! There are two parts to this DIY – the paper gem, and the flower boutonniere, but don’t let that fool you! This DIY is totally easy and packs a punch for an awesome boutonniere for your guy and all the groomsmen, too. The bold geo piece will add interest to your look.
This DIY summer boutonniere is a piece that you can easily make for your guy and his dudes for your wedding day. The main point of the craft is to choose your focal flower and bunch together your ingredients until you are happy with the result, layering to create depth + height. You may swap the blooms for your own ones or go for the same as in the tutorial.
A DIY floral boutonniere is what a crafty bride or groom can certainly tackle themselves. These mini clusters of flowers are typically pinned to the groom’s left lapel, and can easily be DIYed with a little time and effort. Read the tutorial in the source to find out how to make various floral boutonnieres for different seasons and go craft some!
Boutonnieres are something you should DIY, even if you don’t consider yourself a particularly crafty person. Why? Because it’s easy, cheap, doable, and there’s even a formula you can follow. Plus you can make enough boutonnieres for your entire wedding party from one additional bride or bridesmaids’ bouquet. You can add as many or as few flowers as you like, you can use any materials you like, and you can go crazy depending on the theme of your wedding. Watch a video in the source to find out how to make a floral boutonniere.
These simple and cute colorful floral boutonniere will take you about 3 minutes each to make in real time, and if you get a mixed bouquet you can make a whole bunch of them! The craft is super easy and you can also watch a video to realize it even easier. Enjoy!