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With Spring here, make sure your groomsmen have the right boutonnieres for the season!

May 9, 2016

Spring is here in full force – and here at Amore Fiori, we truly love it! The abundance of gorgeous flowers, as well as the large number of happy couples who decide to tie the knot in the warm season – they are all truly blessings for us and we couldn’t be any more excited about the amazing months ahead of us.

We’re sure you’re excited too – especially if you plan on having a spring or summer wedding. How to match your groomsmen’s boutonnieres with the marvelous vibe of this beautiful season? Here are some ideas to inspire you:

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  • Greenery and succulents. Succulents are very popular for rustic-chic weddings – so if you plan on having this kind of event, it would be more than gorgeous to have your boutonnieres made from pretty succulents. Match them with greenery to add a “spring vibe” to them and we guarantee everyone will love the idea!

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  • Ranunculus. With its gorgeous smell, this in-season flowers is a truly wonderful option if you want your guys’ boutonnieres to be elegant, fragrant and very spring-like too. Plus, because they are in-season, Ranunculus’ can be truly budget-friendly too.

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  • Roses. Classy and elegant, roses will never go out of fashion – not when it comes to weddings and definitely not when it comes to other important life events and celebrations too. Match a mini-rose with thistle and greenery for a boutonniere that yells “style” and “grace” from miles away – it will look so beautiful!

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  • Anemones. Want to make a statement with your groomsmen’s boutonnieres? Anemones are a really sophisticated choice! Wrap an anemone in pretty wedding theme-matching ribbon and your boutonnieres will be absolutely perfect!

Amore Fiori can provide you with high quality wedding florists’ services in Texas – so if you want your Big Day to take place here, contact us and find out more about us and our mission! We guarantee we will not disappoint you!

 

Photo source: flickr.com/  hortulus_aptus, robinhollow, 18203799@N03,

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