I've come across some incredible boutonnieres that I just have to share with you.
Some of you may be wondering who gets a boutonniere? Well, there are no hard and fast rules. Traditionally, people that receive a boutonniere are: groom, father of the bride, father of the groom, grandparents, siblings of the bride and groom, and other male members of the family that you would like to honor. If your budget allows, you could give every male guest a boutonniere. If your budget is limited, I suggest that you give boutonnieres to a distinct few members of the family so that you avoid the chance of other relatives feeling hurt to be left out of it.
As always, may you forever be inspired.
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