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Boutonnieres are conventional wedding flowers given to the guest of the wedding celebration counting the best-man, father, grandfather, the usher, the reader and other important male wedding guests. Boutonniere wedding flowers are coordinated with the theme and colors of the wedding. The Groom’s Boutonniere is the most significant Boutonniere, and usually it is made to match the brides’ bouquet.

Here’s a list of boutonnieres that Whole Blossoms offers to our clients:

White Rose Boutonnieres

White Rose Wedding Boutonnieres

White Star of Bethlehem Boutonnieres

White Orchid Calla Boutonnieres

White Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Bicolor Lavender Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Pink Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Lavender Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Lavender Rose Boutonnieres

Yellow Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Blue Hydrangea Boutonnieres

Green Hydrangea Boutonnieres

Orange Rose Boutonnieres

Orange Mango Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Dark Purple Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Red Rose Boutonnieres

Bicolor Burgundy Red Yellow Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Red Berry Boutonnieres

Red Rose & Hypericum Boutonnieres

Dark Purple Mini Calla Boutonnieres

Red Purple Mini Calla Rose Boutonnieres

We would also like to provide you with proper handling and for your boutonnieres. Please follow these simple steps and we assure you that your boutonnieres will be incredible for the wedding:

Take out your boutonnieres the moment you receive them and put the foot tips in fresh, clean and filtered water so they can hydrate properly. If the bottom tip is tied with a ribbon then it’s best to refrigerate the boutonnieres till they are ready to be used.

Make sure your boutonnieres are kept upright and straight when they are being hydrated and that the blossoms don’t contact or rub anything to make certain that their freshness and look remains intact. This also helps in preventing the blooms from getting bruises or brown lines.

Use a small container or glass to soak the end of all flower designs to keep them hydrated till the wedding day.

Put your boutonniere flowers in a cold, shaded place with no humidity and keep them out of sunlight until it’s time to use them. Boutonniere blooms must be kept at a temperature beneath 60 degrees and above 45 degrees to guarantee highest freshness.

When you store up these prearranged flowers, keep them vertical in a vase crammed with filtered water. Please make sure that the blossoms in the corsages, bouquets or boutonnieres are not left over a surface where few of the blooms seize the arrangements or contact objects. This would ensure that your wedding flowers are going to look gorgeous and will not be damaged.

You must not move your boutonnieres from cool to hot or vice-versa temperature suddenly because drastic changes in temperature can burn the flowers.

Enjoy your wedding boutonnieres and heartiest congratulations from Whole Blossoms on your wedding day!

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