Unless you went a butt-ton of proms, or been a groomsman in every wedding, you probably have no idea how to properly pin a flower on to yourself or someone else. I would watch from behind my camera and everyone stumbled around, trying to find that ONE person who knew what to do.
But now you will, because I discovered the secret trick to pinning the perfect floral boutonniere every dang time…
Whether you’re the groom, the bride, part of the wedding party, or just a guest with style, you’re going to LOVE these organic-meets-metal boutonnieres by Etsy seller Collected Edition. The stainless steel metal boutonniere is 3D printed, then coated in polished gray steel, 24kt gold plated steel, and nickel plated steel. Dude, a 3D-printed metal boutonniere?! Sign us up.
“Not idly do the Leaves of Lórien fall.” Any Tolkien fans out there planning a nerdy wedding? This tiny detail in Grace and Riakeem’s bookish wedding is the perfect Lord of the Rings reference to make our nerdy hearts swoon.
These things are brilliant…
I made these boutonnieres for our Pirate Crew, AKA all our friends and family who are stepping up to help staff our wedding. They will help identify the helpers to any guests or vendors who may need assistance with something. They were super-fast, and super-fun.
I made my own DIY shotgun shell boutonnieres! Basically what I did was hot glued a bunch of feathers on top of each other and shoved them down into the shells. Then I stuck the flowers into the shells in front. Easy and awesome!