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In the old days it was common for the bride and groom to wear a flower on their lapel, usually a rose or clove. Some stories tell that the medieval knights won a bunch of flowers from their beloved ones before any battle, as a sign of good luck, and tradition was being shaped. But this accessory really became fashionable when Prince Albert won from his bride, Queen Victoria, a bouquet of flowers on the day of her engagement. He didn’t know where to put it so he made a small cut on his lapel and introduced the arrangement. Thus, the tailors of the time began to include a small cut on the lapel of jackets so that flowers could be inserted.

Just as the veil is incorporated into the wedding dress models, the boutonniĆØres have become customary for most bride and groom wear, and some more eccentric men have even put a flower on their lapel in casual attire as well. Today it is possible to find very original styles, made with different materials for traditional bride and groom as well as for the more detached, even matching with the bride’s bouquet of flowers. The important thing is to find the one that best suits your personality and outfit. So, we’ll show you tips on how to choose one that looks perfect for your big day.

The flowers

The most common flowers for this type of arrangement are clove, rosebuds, orchids dendrobium…fresia or gypsophila (mosquito). But there are no rules or standards to follow, the groom can choose the flower he wants. Usually the godparents’ flowers are different from the groom’s flowerand some protagonists of the day C prefer another type of plants, then you find boutonniĆØres made with succulents, foliage and other species.

Party style

In more traditional costumes, which accompany a simple and elegant wedding decoration, such as the tuxedo or the jacket, the ones that best match are rose buttons, white or red carnations. However, we remind you that if you have a preference for another color, such as yellow or even a soft tone of pink, go ahead without fear of making a mistake. The groom may choose the same flower as the bride’s branchAs a bouquet of country flowers, for example, you should also order your boutonniĆØre with the florist in charge of the liaison arrangements. If you are going to do it, ideally do it on your wedding day to make sure that the flower does not wither.

Original arrangements

Just as the most contemporary parties have different elements, such as rustic wedding decorations that have become one of the favorites, with wood and a modern countryside air, today’s bridegroom is also not attached to patterns. More and more it is possible to find arrangements with very authentic materials, artificial flowers, origamis, crystals, feathers, felt or even crochet…handcrafted. It is an occasion where the groom can innovate and express his personality or make a tribute to the bride, including a striking symbol for the couple.

How to arrest him

The boutonniĆØre should never be placed in the pocket of the jacket, if you do not have the proper place to put it, pin it with a pin, and the cabinho can be left exposed. And remember: it should always be on the left side. If the cable is left on display, it can be covered with a tape or a fabric.

Whatever style of boutonniĆ re is chosen, the important thing is that it is always in harmony with the whole context of the party, according to the decoration of the wedding and, of course, in tune with the dress and the physical type of the groom. This way you will look elegant and appropriate, and be sure: this accessory will yield the most beautiful photos of the protagonist’s look.

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