Thursday, 12 July 2012

Buttonholes for men

A buttonhole or boutonniere (French for buttonhole) is a small, single flower or grouping of two or three worn on the left lapel of the Groom and other men in the wedding ceremony.

The flowers often coordinate with the Brides bouquet.  They are chosen to suit the season and the colour scheme of the wedding.

More traditional at a first glimpse, then look closer the flowers are made up of cactus types. 
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Liking the label idea
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Denim shirt and pink bow tie coordinate with natural flowers and string for a more casual look
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cheeky gingham bow tie and handkerchief 
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No jacket just braces - what a great look?
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