You have the perfect dress, your dream venue, and now it's time to tackle the wedding florals of your dreams. While you may be thinking about your bouquets, don't forget your groom may have some floral dreams of his own packaged in a boutonniere. A boutonniere may not seem that important, but knowing the history of this little but mighty flower might just change your mind.
As tradition goes, the groom wears a boutonniere from the bride's bouquet as a way to show his ties to the bride. The location of the boutonniere is also special, as it is to be placed on the left side close to the heart. We have gathered up some of our favorite boutonnieres showcasing a groom's personality and a little bit of floral flair!