Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Buttonholes

Traditionally worn on the left lapel above the heart, boutonnières or buttonholes symbolise love and synergy between the happy couple (super sweet, right?).

Corsages are more intricate than a traditional buttonhole. Usually worn by ladies in the bridal party, they can be pinned to a lapel or worn on the wrist.

A man in a blue suit on his wedding day wearing a buttonhole.
Lily of the valley neutral groom's buttonhole.

Just like the hairpieces,

your buttonholes can be delivered in advance so you can take them along when choosing your suits, cravats, ties, and bowties.

A silk flower corsage worn on the wrist.
A groom looks at his bride, he is wearing a buttonhole.

Thanks so much Hannah for all you did to make our wedding day that extra bit special!

Laura & Matt

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