25 Spring Boutonnières That'll Brighten Up His Lapel
Decking out your groom's lapel is a fun way to bring a little bit of personality to his wedding-day look, especially if he's planning on wearing a traditional tuxedo. Whether his boutonnière can contains blooms and colors that nod to the rest of your wedding flowers or a mix of his (or your!) favorite buds, there are countless ways to make your guy's bout entirely his own. These floral details are also a fun way to give a little nod to the time of year, even if you're not planning a seasonally-themed fête.
If you like that last idea, then you'll want to check out the following spring-inspired boutonnières. With fresh, in-season flowers in pretty pastel color palettes, these little arrangements are a major ode to spring. While all of these pretty bouts feel perfectly relevant to the season, they're different in the most personal of ways. That's why they're the perfect source of inspiration for your groom (or his groomsmen!), whatever his style may be. And with so many unique arrangements in a vast assortment of colorways, we're confident that you'll both be able to settle on a style, bloom, or type of boutonnière that you both love.
Since this particular part of your wedding's florals relates directly to the groom, it'll be more fun if you decide on a final boutonnière look together. Whether you're looking for an arrangement that completes his tuxedo, his favorite colors, or complements your own wedding bouquet, there's a photo here that's sure to spark ideas for his own floral creation. Ready to check out all the little blooms for yourself? Click through for all of the spring boutonnière inspiration he'll ever need.
A leafy peach anemone and crimson astrantia, backed by eucalyptus leaves, made a statement on this groom's dove gray suit.
A trifecta of natural ribbon, textured leaves, and a tiny blush rose made for the perfect springtime boutonnière.
Purple and speckled, a single lily was the focal point of this groom's wedding-day look, especially against his soft gray suit.
A pink rose and a blush gomphrena bout by Cornucopia Flowers popped against a classic tuxedo, and was the perfect nod to the spring season.
Lisianthus, rose, berries, and greens, all wrapped in golden velvet, spiffed up this groom's simple navy jacket.
Buds of blushing bride protea were an appropriate focal point for these neutral mini-arrangements.
A bright orange orchid popped against this gent's green suit, sapphire bow-tie, and amethyst-hued pocket square.
Seersucker and Ranunculus
Southern Floral Company created this groom's neutral ranunculus boutonnière, which didn't overpower his seersucker suit and pink tie.
A baby pineapple offered a modern twist on floral lapel embellishments. It worked with the groom's just-as-fashion-forward pale blue suit.
Magenta and Burgundy
Dark merlot berries added a moody vibe to these splashy fuchsia florals, designed by Loop Flowers & Event Arts.
Pink and Gray
The charcoal hue of this groom's tuxedo helped tone down the formality of his look, and the pale pink garden roses on his lapel added just the right amount of softness.
A red scabiosa bud, arranged by Moruska Design, made this boutonnière feel seasonally-appropriate.
A simple peach ranunculus boutonnière echoed the pastel flowers in this groom's pocket square.
This ribbon-tied boutonnière proved that less is often more. A small sprig of cream astilbe and a seeded eucalyptus sprig was all this arrangement, by Mallory Joyce, needed.
The ombré orange-to-pink shades in these ranunculus bouts were inspired by a spring sunset.
Lots of Texture
Flowers by EA arranged a lush Juliette garden rose with lamb's ear for a textured look.
Blues and Teals
A strip of teal leather bound this boutonnière made of blue delphinium, creamy blooms, and greens.
Blush roses, scabiosa, and lamb's ear added dimension and texture to these adornments by Cori Cook Floral Design.
Passion Roots used waxflower and baby's breath to make up the groomsmen's boutonnières. The groom's stood out thanks to a single white rose.
This single-bloom bout faded from rich purple at the edges to soft magenta in the center.
Signature Florals used a red-orange dahlia to complement the splashy, crimson, gray, and green tones in the groom's bright pocket square.
Tiny persimmons, lavender, and green buds made this boutonnière feel like it'd been picked straight from the spring garden.
A bright yellow bloom was the focal point of the groom's lapel, and brought out the sunny shades in his flower-patterned tie and pocket square.
A tiny mum, framed by fragrant lavender, complemented the groom's purple dress shirt. The hues can't be beat for a springtime wedding.