Just like winter wedding bouquets, there are so many great options when it comes to winter boutonnieres for grooms. We love the idea of introducing some texture in the form of berries, pine cones and even leaves. You can even pop some feathers in there if you fancy. With the festive season on the horizon, you might like the idea of introducing some metallics too. Berries can look awesome sprayed gold or copper and will bring an opulent feel to your buttonhole! On the flower front, there are some flowers that work a treat at this time of year such as hardy succulents, eucalyptus, cotton flowers and dusty miller. To get you started on your own winter boutonnieres, we’ve rounded up some stylish ideas that would work perfectly for a winter bash!
Sophie Lake Photography via Par Fete
via Fab Mood
Jamie Clayton via Rosemary & Finch
Rebekah Westover Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs
via Weddings & Events
Nina Vartanava via Fab Mood
tPoz Photography via United With Love
Benjamin Stuart Photography
K. Thompson Photography via United with Love
Christina Szczupak via Ruffled
Cambria Grace Photography via Style Me Pretty
Bárbara Araújo Photography via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings
Bethany Ann Photography via Bridal Guide
Lauren Fair Photography via Ruffled Blog
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Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.