25 Non-Floral Boutonnieres For Grooms And Groomsmen
If you opt for a non-floral wedding, avoiding blooms is what you should do in every part of your wedding, or at least stick to minimum of blooms. Arch decor, centerpieces, bouquets and even boutonnieres should be non-floral or close to that, and if you are hesitating about what to do with the latter ones, I’ve prepared some trendy ideas for you. There are several types of boutonnieres you may try avoiding flowers, of course, you can make one of something unusual but if you wanna stick to natural looks, you may try succulents, air plants and greenery.
Succulents are extremely trendy for wedding decor now, and of course you may rock them for making boutonnieres, especially if it’s a boho, modern or desert wedding. Use a single succulent that is large enough for a boutonniere or try two or three smaller ones, add a wrap and voila! Succulents are so cute that they won’t require any additional decor but if you still want some, go for foliage, herbs and berries and try some bold wrap.
a succulent boutonniere with foliage and some tiny blooms that fit the suit’s color at its best
a single succulent boutonniere with rosemary and a leaf and twine wrap for a rustic feel
a boutonniere with wheat, lavender, berries and a succulent plus a burlap ribbon wrap
a cute groom’s boutonniere of a succulent and hypericum berries plus floral wrap
an elegant boutonniere with a single succulent, berries and foliage on a classic tux
a single succulent boutonniere with a tiny branch for a woodland or garden feel
a large succulent boutonniere with seeds from eucalyptus for an elegant modern feel
a chic succulent and berries boutonniere to spruce up a classic monochromatic groom’s look
A greenery boutonniere is a timeless solution and it’s nowhere but banal unlike a floral one. A greenery boutonniere will easily fit any wedding style and any groom’s outfit and it can be made of various types of greenery and herbs including all types of eucalyptus, rosemary, various berries and other stuff. It will be not only a fresh touch to your look but may also bring a cool natural smell of herbs. If you want a more original option, think of making a wreath of greenery.
a foliage boutonniere with berries is a chic and catchy idea that doesn’t include any blooms
a boutonniere of various types of greenery – eucalyptus and rosemary and a simpel wrap
a simple eucalyptus boutonniere with a twine wrap is ideal for an Italian or Tuscany wedding
a textural greenery groom’s boutonniere with a white wrap for polishing the super elegant look
a boutonniere of rosemary, seeded herbs, greenery and a twine wrap for a textural and rustic feel
a winter boutonniere of greenery and burgundy berries is a fresh touch of color and frost at the same time
a greenery boutonniere spruced up with blue thistles for a textural look and a bold touch
a pale greenery boutonniere of foliage, seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller for a frosty feel
Air Plant Boutonnieres
Air plants are as trendy as succulents and they have a great advantage: they are durable. Air plants are amazing for rustic, coastal and beach weddings. You may rock a tillandsia boutonniere easily – it doesn’t require any decor except for a proper wrap. But of course if you feel like it, you may pair it with succulents and berries and even small blooms and herbs.
an air plant boutonniere with a dark wrap for an edgy feel and a bright look
a stylish vintage groom’s look with a tiny tillandsia and small blooms that enlivens the space
an air plant boutonniere with seedd eucalyptus and a twine wrap for a cool feel
such a simple air plant boutonniere with a ribbon wrap is ideal for a coastal or beach wedding
a chic boutonniere with an air plant and herbs for a touch of color and texture for a bold look
pair an air plant and succulents plus a ribbon wrap for a super trendy look
an air plant paired with hypercum berries that match the groom’s tie in color