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Damat için Rengarenk Canlı ve Yapay Yaka Çiçekleri

Damat için Rengarenk Canlı ve Yapay Yaka Çiçekleri

Groomsmen yeşil meyveleri ile aksanlı ve sicim ile sarılmış craspedia boutonnieres giydi.A simple calla lily on Nate’s lapel kept the focus on his sleek, monochromatic look.Temiz ve basit bir görünüm için, Nadeem onun yakasına tek bir portakal zambak giydi.Josh'un tek sukkulent yaka çiceği kendi şal desenli kravat ışık yeşil eşleştirilir.Clayton'ın wow-layık yaka çiceği craspedia, devedikeni, tüyler ve okaliptüs bir karışımı idi.Mark Groomsmen yeşil Cymbidium orkide giydi.Yeşil binbirdelikotu çilek ve Döngüsel ayı çim Nolan'ın zambak yaka çiceği doku ekledi.Sıcak pembe blum ve çilek dizisi Brian donanmanın yaka karşı attı.Ayçiçeği ve Amaranthus Erik neşeli gömlek ve papyon combo eşleştirilmiş.Ben sported a boutonniere made of purple and green feathers, fabric and twine.Joe wore a classic black tux and tie with a mini red calla lily on his lapel for a pop of color.Greg wore a classic gardenia on his lapel.Tim’s simple boutonniere of berries and a single pink ranunculus matched his tie.Each groomsman wore a single white orchid with berries wrapped in polka-dot ribbon on his lapel.Pat’s boutonniere of garden roses matched his tie.A single felt boutonniere matched James’s dotted tie.Red roses, silver brunia and dusty miller accented Tim’s black suit and silver vest and tie combo.Ryan wore two bright-pink Mokara orchids, accented with a purple statice floret leaf and greenery.A grouping of yellow craspedia accented with a tiny succulent contrasted nicely against Jon’s gray pinstripe suit.Bright-yellow craspedia and white orchids made up Tanner’s boutonniere.A wildflower and craspedia boutonniere matched Chris’s gray suit and striped tie.Harry wore a boutonniere with white freesias, an orange spray rose and greenery.Craig’s succulent and button pom-pom boutonniere was tied with black and white ribbon to match his striped bow tie.The light gray jackets the groom and his attendants wore were decorated with a bout of brightly colored feathers with a vintage vibe.In place of traditional boutonnieres, the groomsmen wore wooden and ribbon medals -- with Angie’s and Tyson’s names and wedding crest on them -- designed especially for the day.The groom wore a bright red pom-pom dahlia pinned to his lapel.Darnell wore a purple orchid to match Brooke’s bouquet.Patrick donned a hot pink ranunculus, while each groomsman wore a white boutonniere matching the blooms in his respective bridal party partner’s bouquet.Jeff matched Marin’s bouquet with an orange rose boutonniere backed by a variety of small yellow, red and purple flowers.Nick and the guys wore mini cymbidium orchids, seeded eucalyptus and bunny tail grass.The men wore white calla lilies and sprigs of lavender.Bobby wore a structured and masculine succulent on his lapel.The organic floral style continued with hand-tied boutonnieres of lavender sprigs.Dan stood out with two red ranunculus on his lapel.A phalaenopsis orchid with lily grass loops matched Danielle’s bouquet.The groomsmen wore white bouts for a classic look.Ben wore a simple bout made up of baby’s breath, seeded eucalyptus and a white ranunculus.The guys’ boutonnieres were made up of craspedia, berzelia berries and stock.Every guy wore a boutonniere made with one of each bloom used in the bridesmaid bouquets.Vanda orchids worked the day’s main color into the groomsmen’s looks. Looped bear grass gave the boutonnieres a unique shape.More DIY! Dean and his groomsmen pinned boutonnieres made with silk and dried flowers, beads, ribbon, and feathers to their lapels.For continuity, brown spotted feathers were incorporated into the guys’ boutonnieres; Ty also wore a white majolica spray rose.John and his groomsmen wore boutonnieres of mini zinnias with speckled feathers.Nathan wore a boutonniere of red berries and curly willow for a fresh-picked garden look to match the locale.The guys matched the bouquets with orange rose boutonnieres accented with green hypericum berries, fiddlehead ferns, and purple stock. Bright purple wire held the bouts together.Patrick wore a tiny arrangement of twigs, pinecones and gray berries.Joseph’s boutonniere matched the bridal bouquet with a small pink ranunculus, accented with a curl of grape vine.A white silk rose with berries, pearls, and leaves tied together with twine was a nice contrast to Joseph‘s turquoise paisley tie.Frank and his groomsmen wore simple boutonnieres made from lavender hydrangeas. A sprig of lime-colored berries set the groom apart from the rest of the men.Brian and his groomsmen wore boutonnieres made of wax flower leaf, scabiosa pod, and fiddlehead fern.Shane and his groomsmen wore clusters of white lilies of the valley on their lapels, for a unique and fragrant boutonniere.The guys sported attire chosen by the groom himself: white shirts, navy blazers, boat shoes, and khaki shorts. They accessorized with navy J.Crew ties dotted with red lobsters (a gift from the groom) and simple nautical knot boutonnieres (made by the brid...The groomsmen donned orchids on their lapels.Dan wore a boutonniere of a single mango calla lily accented with orange Mokara and speckled tiger orchids, as well as a croton leaf.Blades of wheat grass and tiny clusters of green flowers wrapped tightly in a leaf cone made for a unique boutonniere.Ty donned a white freesia boutonniere with dusty miller accents. It was finished with a silver bass charm, a gift from Lindsay, to honor his love of bass fishing.Thistle, green berry and seeded eucalyptus wrapped together with twine were pinned on all the groomsmen lapels.The groomsmen boutonnieres were a similar version of the bridesmaid bouquets with white orchids and baby polka dot pheasant feathers.Dustin and his groomsmen pinned pheasant feather and seeded eucalyptus boutonnieres to their classic Calvin Klein suits.Margaritas are a staple in Nina and Charlie’s home, so naturally Charlie chose a Vineyard Vines margarita-themed tie. His groomsmen wore the same ties in blue. Each guy also sported a boutonniere made of thistle and tied with leather.Michael wore a single white phalaenopsis orchid on his lapel to coordinate with Angela’s bouquet.Vince wore a simple boutonniere: a single anemone accented with Queen Anne’s lace.Scott wore a thistle boutonniere for a rustic look that kept with the wedding’s dominant blue color.Tom loves Aimee’s gardenia-scented perfume so much he chose the flower for his boutonniere.Josh’s guys wore green hydrangea boutonnieres wrapped in pink fabric to match the bridesmaid dresses. Josh stood out from the crowd with a white peony bud on his lapel.The groom wore a white rose boutonniere.The groom’s unique boutonniere was made of a mini succulent bloom with millet and grapevine.The groomsmen donned green orchids on their lapels.To match Courtney’s bouquet, Matt wore a boutonniere made of bearded wheat on his lapel.Rebecca loved the guys’ unique leucadendron boutonnieres. “I asked for something small and funky,” she says, “and that’s exactly what they were!”To complement his red tie, Dean wore a red rose boutonniere with wheat on his lapel.The boutonnieres featured a simple pink orchid accented with the same pink and brown polka dotted ribbon used in the bridal party bouquets.Rock wore a single orchid on the collar of his suit.Cole wore a single, flame-colored calla lily on his lapel.Pat wore a khaki suit and a pale green plaid Burberry tie. The boutonnieres were white freesia accented with hypericum berries.Each boutonniere featured a different flower, but all incorporated feathers and crystals. Nick wore a white orchid.Dried wheat and lavender tied together with twine decorated Nat’s lapel for a simple, earthy look.To complement their sharp tuxes, each groomsman wore a single ranunculus bloom on his lapel.Eli sported an eggplant calla lily accented with a guinea feather. A black-and-white polka-dot pocket square added a bit of whimsy to his formal attire.A unique combination of a scabiosa pod, dusty miller and an ivory rosebud made up Stefan’s boutonniere.Garrett paired his gray suit with a plaid tie and a yellow ranunculus boutonniere.Joseph’s boutonniere mimicked the flowers from Jessica’s bouquet and was wrapped in jute for a natural look.The guys wore single red Mokara orchid blooms on their lapels.A fiddlehead fern added a whimsical touch to Mike’s classic white scabiosa boutonniere.White stephanotis was paired with lamb’s ear and black-and-white ribbon for a classic look.Andrew paired his navy blazer with a boutonniere of flower buds and a fiddlehead fern.Michael wore a black and red buffalo-plaid tie with a black calla lily and mini daisy boutonniere.Eric wore a bundle of white stephanotis while his groomsmen wore white rose boutonnieres.Jonathan and the guys wore fun blue paisley ties and orchid boutonnieres.Keeping with the autumn theme, the men wore boutonnieres made of acorns and burgundy spider orchids on their lapels.Kristen loves succulents, so Jeff specifically requested to wear one on his lapel. A fiddlehead fern added a whimsical touch.The groom and guys wore boutonnieres of berries and thistle accented with bark.Mike paired his green-plaid tie with a simple white dahlia boutonniere.Elliott wore a small and simple boutonniere of mini sunflowers, blue delphiniums and rosemary.Gian wore a single pale-green calla lily on his lapel.Nathan kept his look simple and classic, with a black tux and bow tie, and a boutonniere of a single pink rose.Dana’s bridesman wore a blush-pink bow tie to match the bridesmaid dresses and a boutonniere of white roses and a fiddlehead fern.Andy wore a simple ivory rose boutonniere.Boutonnieres of white roses and tiny berries made a classic addition to the guys’ lapels.Trey’s white ranunculus boutonniere stood out among the yellow ones his groomsmen wore.The black and white spotted feathers in Adam’s boutonniere were an unexpected touch.Jason wore a blue and purple boutonniere of lilac and a single fiddlehead fern.Gregg wore a boutonniere of greens with a single white daisy in the center.Zach’s boutonniere was a unique combo: a mini eggplant calla lily, bear grass, and a peacock feather.Dan‘s boutonniere was a bright yellow orchid accented with a few red hypericum berries.Rob wore a boutonniere of two tiny ivory roses tightly wrapped in ivory ribbon.Chris‘ boutonniere was a white orchid paired with his neutral tux for a crisp, clean look.The guys all wore cream-colored spray roses accented with berries -- a subtle touch to their bold navy suits and red ties.The groom wanted boutonnieres that were cool and classy. He chose green cymbidium orchards tied with ribbon and bamboo.Dan sported a masculine fiddlehead fern and ranunculus bud boutonniere.Josh stood out with a cluster of red freesia on his lapel.To pay homage to his Scottish heritage, Steven wore blue thistle and white heather in his boutonniere.Andrew’s boutonniere was a mini cluster of anemones and rolled pages of a novel.This single pink orchid stood out against Nitin’s white shirt and tie.Two white orchids added a fresh element to Justin’s formal pocket square.The guys matched Stephanie’s bouquet with dark purple calla lily boutonnieres collared in purple berries.For a pop of color against his navy suit (and to match his bright tie and pocket square), Thomas wore a magenta and green boutonniere of a single lady‘s slipper orchid, berries and celosia.Ribbon matching Nina’s bouquet held together Anson’s ranunculus and rose boutonniere.The couple loved the artistic boutonnieres constructed with blue thistle, various greenery and fiddlehead fern.Keeping with the color scheme, the guys wore orange blooms on their lapels.Peter stood out with a deep purple dahlia boutonniere.Dave wore a boutonniere of brunia, allium and trachelium flowers and bulbs on his lapel.Along with a tiny boutonniere, Chris wore a vintage Swarovski crystal brooch—a gift from Chanell—on his lapel.Tai’s boutonniere was made up of astilbes and a tiny pink cymbidium orchid.The boutonnieres were comprised of green hypericum and freesia -- white for Mike and yellow for the groomsmen.Ashley made Brandon’s boutonniere out of moss, recycled paper, and ribbon.Thistle added unexpected texture to Chris’ green berry and lavender boutonniere.Mark matched his bride’s bouquet with a single red rose on his lapel.Two orange baby spray roses (with green stems) popped against the groomsmen’s green ties.The groomsmen wore orange Bombay dendrobium orchids, while their blue ties and vests tied in the rest of the wedding’s color palette.Wild berries added a playful touch to the simple white mini rose, which decorated the men’s lapels.Soft feathers were tucked into the groom’s orchid boutonniere with blue ribbon wrapped around the stem.Patrick and his groomsmen wore handmade, feather boutonnieres, which matched the ones in the girls’ hair.Emily’s brother wore a DIY button boutonniere and a custom silk tie screen-printed with a black lotus.Emily, her sister, and her mom crafted many of the wedding flowers out of red origami paper. Joel’s boutonniere also included a bit of fabric from Emily’s veil.Dayo pinned on a single white orchid boutonniere with bear grass and berries to match Katie’s bouquet.Cesar wore a white mini calla lily accented with pepper berries and hypericum berries, and his groomsmen wore mini cymbidium orchids with pepper and hypericum berries.To brighten up his charcoal gray suit, Doug wore a yellow freesia boutonniere.A black seed pod and a fiddlehead fern turned Cos’ traditional white bud boutonniere into something a little more rustic.The guys wore pink orchid boutonnieres to match their sharp pink, white, and blue ties.Green orchids popped against the guys’ navy blue jackets.Wade and his groomsmen wore orchid boutonnieres.The pink cymbidium orchid on Brandon’s lapel coordinated with his bride’s bouquet and provided a splash of color next to his ivory vest and tie.To follow the green in the color scheme and match the bouquets, Josh donned a single, green cymbidium orchid on his lapel.To stand out from his groomsmen who wore green vests and ties, Seth sported red accessories, including the ranunculus that spruced up his lapel.Mark wore a boutonniere of mums and hypernicum berries to match the bouquets.Adam wore a single white calla lily collared with a ring of blue and white blooms on his lapel.A red ranunculus was a perfect match to Eric’s dotted tie.Pavel’s kaleidoscope phalaenopsis orchids were so richly detailed, he didn’t need to wear any other blooms on his lapel.The groom wore a single cymbidium orchid paired with a small ostrich feather that coordinated with the larger one in the bridal bouquet.The groomsmen’s simple boutonnieres featured a small hydrangea cluster.The men donned dark purple calla lilies wrapped in silver ribbon and accented with strands of bear grass.Tim wore an orange ranunculus boutonniere accented with studded stephanotis and wrapped with light-blue ribbon. His orange paisley tie and tan suit were a playful alternative to the standard black tux.Hilario wore a single cymbidium orchid on his lapel to match Alicia’s bouquet.Evan’s boutonniere was a single yellow calla lily accented with locally grown greenery.Andy kept his look crisp by wearing a white dendrobium orchid and a calla lily on his lapel.The groom’s boutonniere matched the white phalaenopsis orchid pinned in the bride’s hair. His purple striped tie coordinated with the ceremony’s midnight color palate.Jerome wore an orange rose boutonniere to coordinate with his orange tie and Lara’s bouquet.Dustin donned a simple white calla lily and a red rose on his lapel.Andy and his groomsmen sported white ranunculus and blue and brown striped ties with their tan suits.Pete‘s boutonniere was made entirely of lily of the valley to complement the bride‘s bouquet.Robbie wore a burnt orange calla lily on his lapel, while his groomsmen‘s boutonnieres were deep red roses.All of the men, including Lorenzo, pinned white dendrobium orchids to their lapels.Keith wore a deep pink freesia on his lapel. His attendants wore orange tulips with a dark pink ribbon.A single white orchid accented with green hypericum berries was pinned to David’s lapel.The groom added a pop of color to his black tux with a single red rose boutonniere with lemon berries, which also matched the bride‘s bouquet.A single white calla lily decorated the groom‘s lapel.The couple preferred to keep things casual, so instead of a tux, Charlie wore charcoal slacks and a brown sport coat. A single orange rose decorated his lapel.Gabriel wore rose petals rolled together to create a new bud and a black beauty sweetheart rose. Hypericum berries and bear grass completed the look.Antique hydrangeas and sedum heads decorated the guys‘ lapels.The groom‘s and groomsmen‘s black, white and gray outfits got a punch of color from an orchid-and berry boutonniere. Fiddlehead fern spiraled out from the bottom to give the bouts a playful edge.The groomsmen’s unique boutonnieres had a natural look reminiscent of wildflowers. The striking arrangements included astrantia as well as trachelium to match the plum-colored ties.The guys pinned air plants to their lapels for a modern look. The paper ribbon wrapped around the stems coordinated with the groomsmen‘s ties.Dahlias buds acted as a collar to a cymbidium orchid to give the boutonniere a unique shape.The groomsmen added color to their traditional formalwear with cattleya orchids. Looping grass added some funky flair to the boutonnieres.A teal-tinted Dusty Miller leaf coordinated with Heyward‘s WLU logo bowtie. Seeded eucalyptus and hypericum berries added texture to the boutonniere.Rich‘s white-and-green boutonniere matched the modern look of the bouquet, but also included a shoot of bamboo for a masculine touch.Preston and his groomsmen wore rose and stephanotis boutonnieres while Lily’s family, including her nephew, wore peacock feathers.The Mokara orchid boutonnieres coordinated with the bridesmaid and bridal bouquets. Mike‘s was slightly different from his groomsmen‘s -- he wore a single orchid instead of a cluster of blooms.Each groomsman wore a single chocolate cosmos with lamb’s ear to complement the bridesmaid bouquets.Timothy‘s boutonniere consisted of pink spray roses accented with small round dahlia buds, wrapped in a navy and white nautical ribbon.The groom wore a green orchid with lily grass and feathers.Doug donned a purple bloom accented with a fiddlehead fern.Jim wore a purple lisianthus wrapped in black ribbon on his lapel.Pink roses and brown berries decorated the guys‘ lapels.The two ring bearers wore single gerbera daisies on the lapels of their gray suits.To match the bride, the groom wore a single sprig of lily of the valley.The groom‘s boutonniere was comprised of stephanotis and coffee bean berries to match Andrea‘s bridal bouquet.Jared looked gentlemanly in a khaki-colored suit, white shirt, and pink and white striped tie from Banana Republic. He rounded out his ensemble with a pink rose boutonniere, and, of course, flip-flops. His five groomsmen stood by his side in khakis, white...Ethan wore a boutonniere of white dendrobium orchids tied with silk ribbon. The orchids were then pinned to the knot of a Mizuhiki cord, which is a Japanese cord used to make special knots believed to bring the recipient good luck.P.J.’s classic look was enhanced with a boutonnieres made from fresh rosemary and lavender.Ben’s lapel boasted a boutonniere of two white dendrobium orchids accented with a bit of foliage.Dodd wore a single, white rose with a sprig of blue delphinium.Joe and his groomsmen donned ivory roses teamed with sprigs of lavender and tied together with silver wire.The groom and groomsmen wore hypericum berry and eucalyptus boutonnieres.Justin and his groomsmen had a sprig of berries and stephanotis pinned to their lapels.Brian wore a single fuchsia orchid on his lapel.The groom wore a simple white orchid on his lapel.Matt wore a boutonniere of a pair of white orchids.Matt‘s groomsmen wore light blue hydrangeas intertwined with curly willow.Alex wore a pink and green paper boutonniere, which matched Robin‘s homemade paper bouquet.The boutonnieres, along with all the other flowers at the ceremony, were created by the bride, her bridesmaids, and her friends.To tie all of the themes and colors of the wedding together, Mike‘s groomsmen wore boutonnieres of lavender sea urchins, orchids, and small branches.Greg’s boutonniere matched the wedding’s bold hues: a Blackout lily with ornithogalum.Jon wore a boutonniere of a pink dahlia and green berries on his lapel.Each groomsman wore a modern, light purple orchid, which complemented the hues of the bridesmaid bouquets.Andrew and his groomsmen donned simple yet chic boutonnieres made of mini green cymbidium orchids and petite red roses.A single yellow orchid pinned to a khaki suit with a yellow and navy tie made Matt‘s groomsmen true crowd-pleasers.Eric‘s boutonniere featured chocolate cosmos, St. James orchids, and hand-beaded leaves to echo the vintage beading on Ashley‘s dress.The groom‘s single burnt orange orchid mimicked the bride‘s bouquet.Thayer wore a boutonniere comprised of blue thistle to match the blooms used in Cody‘s bouquet.Ryan didn’t abandon her pink theme with the guys. The groomsmen wore pink rose spray boutonnieres, and Erik’s featured a two, pink rose spray and a pink calla lily.Daniel wore a white orchid pinned to his lapel.Lori and Charles‘ the groomsmen wore boutonnieres of lavender lisianthus.

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