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Boutonnière _ Buttonhole

on September 19, 2011

Boutonniere originated from a French term which means “buttonhole”. It is a bud or a flower attached on the left lapel of the men’s jacket during formal occasions. And in our country, you see it mostly during weddings.  🙂

Traditionally, these boutonnieres are flowers affixed with a pin. a white carnation and a rose bud are examples.  But nowadays, with the type of wedding industry we have, more personalized boutonnieres continue to evolve as this is also a way to interpret the couple’s personality and match the wedding theme.

Below are just few of my favorites 🙂 I hope you’ll also enjoy every detail of creativity, reflected in each unique piece of these blooms 🙂

Made by Vatel Manila

Photo by Erron Ocampo

Wedding of Katie & Cyrus (Nautical Theme)

What I  love most about it: The anchor and steering wheel trinkets 🙂


Made by Bride and Friends

Photos by Marvin Dungao of The 12 Masters Photography

Wedding of Claire & Alvin (Fairy Tale Theme)

What I  love most about it: The felt texture and the bling blings 🙂

Photo by Rock Paper Scissors Photography

Wedding of Josephine & Brian (Vintage Theme)

What I  love most about it: The bike pendant and the airmail envelope 🙂

Made by Bride

Photo by Mimi & Karl

Wedding of Jean & Marc (Mix of Modern and Vintage Theme )

What I  love most about it: The polka dot feather and the mini buds 🙂

Made by Bride and a friend

Photo by Mimi & Karl

Wedding of Jean & Marc (Mix of Modern and Vintage Theme )

What I  love most about it: The Papercut birds, the button and the wrapping on the stem 🙂

Made by Vatel Manila

Photo by Metrophoto

Wedding of Jen & Myong (Reggae Theme)

What I  love most about it: The crochet and color 🙂

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