Fresh Lisianthus Boutonnieres


Fresh Lisianthus Boutonnieres


Fresh Lisianthus Boutonnieres
Fresh Lisianthus Boutonnieres

You get to look like a beautiful princess on your wedding day, but what about your groom? Make him your dashing prince, and his groomsmen his subjects, with these Fresh Lisianthus Boutonnieres. Classic and lovely, this is exactly what the doctor ordered for a traditional, elegant wedding. In this tutorial, learn how to make a boutonniere from freesia, sweet pink lisianthus, and sprigs of other gorgeous flowers, perfect for a spring or summer ceremony. From saying his vows to the reception, your new husband is guaranteed dashing.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


Photography by Gregory Ross

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Wow, these are really impressive! I made the boutonnires for my groom and all the groomsmen...I had 6.... But out of artificial silk flowers! These would have looked so much classier! And these look so unique that I doubt you would see this again ever, in your immediate circle, unless someone copies it from you, which is the ultimate compliment! Love these sophisticated creations!

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