20 Instagram-Worthy Boutonnières
It's no secret that a lot of work goes into planning a wedding, so don't let any of the details be overlooked on the big day—especially not your groom's boutonniere. While the actual bout is an important detail for your guy's look, the display of his arrangement (plus his groomsmen's!) isn't always a key detail for some couples. But think of it this way: Since your photographer will undoubtably photograph the bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets, shouldn't the groom and groomsmen's boutonnieres get some camera time, too? These little floral details make for a surprisingly great photo opp.
Whether you choose to display these important floral accessories with tags complete with each attendant's name or chose unique boutonnieres for each individual man, your hardwork should be documented. As it turns out, boutonnieres can be some of the most photogenic wedding details. Don't believe us? Just click through and see how incredibly gorgeous these little clusters of blooms can be. Whether you decide on a cohesive palette that matches your day, opt for bright and bold flowers, or go for something totally unexpected, your wedding party's boutonnieres can be shockingly cool. Here, check out real couple's boutonnieres of choice and see just how Instagram-worthy they can be.
Inspired by the venue's detailed ceiling, the bride and groom chose a red color palette for their day. The hue extended to their ranunculus, rose hip, andromeda, heather bud, and olive leaf boutonnieres, which were displayed on this tile tray.
This Southern wedding was packed with warm colors indicative of the fall season. The boutonnieres, made of ranunculus and privet berries, were decorated with calligraphed tags for each of the groomsmen.
Fresh Bout Display
Before each groomsman found his green and white boutonniere, the couple's photographer snapped a photo of the floral arrangements against a wooden tray. The contrast makes for a wonderful memory.
While some brides and grooms choose matching bouquets and boutonnieres, this couple decided to go in a different direction. The bride carried bright pink blooms, while the groom and his groomsmen wore bright orange ranunculus with light pink ribbon.
Set on an antique plate were boutonnieres made of ranunculus.
For designer Erin Fetherston's nuptials, groom Gabe Saporta and close friends wore boutonnieres of white larkspur, jasmine, and eucalyptus seedlings.
Vintage Fabric Display
A creative and chic way to display bouts is on a fabric—even one that resembles the bride's wedding dress fabric.
Antique Serving Tray Display
For a traditional and vintage wedding, using an antique silver serving tray to display the delicate bouts is a great idea.
Gold Plate Display
This winter wedding showed off the seasonal boutonnieres made of white poplar, young blueberry, and lamb's ear.
It doesn't get much more rustic than using a slab of wood to display bouts, and that's exactly what Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg did.
This couple's vintage wedding had a color palette of white, pink and yellow, which was shown through the boutonnieres.
Modern Plate Display
For Steven Yeun and Joana Pak's wedding, the intricate boutonnieres were made of eucalyptus, cypress, acacia, and birch.
The marble motif was carried through this fashion-forward wedding. The bouts made of young blueberry, white roses, and local wildflowers were placed on the marbled pattern.
This wedding played up the winter season, especially with the bouts. The frosted-like arrangements were displayed on a vintage plate.
This farm-fresh wedding featured peach, pink and violet boutonnieres on an octagonal plate.
Boutonnieres made of spray rose, fotinia and oregonia were placed on a tropical lea that was calligraphed with the groomsmen's names.
Each bout, made of white ranunculus, berries, and greenery, had a tag with the bride and groom's initials, and who it was for. The octagonal tray mirrored the geometric invites.
Black Wooden Display
The rustic black tray makes the white bouts pop.
Encircled by greenery, the white rose boutonnieres are every so dreamy.
The modern metallic plate held boutonnieres of poppy pods and veronica.