For any bride that’s a little hesitant about making boutonnieres before her wedding, I’ve got the perfect solution for you. Here’s a boutonniere that doubles not only as a favor but can be made 2 weeks before the wedding.
The material used in this boutonniere will stay fresh for quite some time, allowing air plants to be used well after the wedding with just a few squirts of water once a week.
Follow along with these instructions to save you time, stress, and have the groomsmen thank you for the cool man plant. … read more
I had no idea it was called a boutonniere before Weddingbee. I used to call it “the groom’s chest thing,” and I still call it that in Spanish because I have no idea what it’s called.
I wanted Mr. Toadstool’s bout to somehow connect with my bouquet, and that means wooden flowers.
I decided to add some dried baby’s breath, so I cut a small bunch, taped it, and wrapped some ribbon around it.
Next I glued three flowers to a little branch from the baby’s breath and glued everything together. Oh and remember how Mr. Toadstool’s job involves bumble bees? I added one of the bee charms I got from 900 Jewelry a while ago.
I did the same for the rest of the guys but with a smaller bunch of baby’s breath and just one flower. Natural wood for the groomsmen, and orange for the dads and my brother.