Traditionally buttonholes or boutonnières where a single flower and worn frequently by men, in today’s world buttonholes are now usually reserved for special occasions where formal wear is required ie weddings, funerals
There are many beautiful creations that todays man can wear, but what if you dont want flowers? Can you still wear a buttonhole? What would you wear?
Everything from feather to buttons and superheros are now being seen on the buttonhole scene, check out these lovelies:
Beautiful satin ribbons are used to create these simple flowers with coloured diamante centres. Handmade in Cirencester for Tuxedo Junction these beautiful simple buttonholes can be made to order to match the colours of the suits you are hiring – what a fab idea – and they can be used as keepsakes. Being on a pin setting these would also make beautiful buttonholes for mothers of the bride and groom to enable them to join in on the day – the guys get a buttonhole, the girls get a bouquet, but what do the MOB and MOG get to wear on the day?
Incorporate colourful vibrancy using natural materials like Lisa Von Hallwyl Millinery with these beautiful feathers:
Beautiful and vibrant these feather buttonholes would make fantastic colourful buttonholes for either an opulent or glam country wedding…. think tweeds, cashmere and silks in vibrant shades of peacock blue, turquoise, plum and berry.
A huge trend this year and on that looks like it will continue into 2017 is superheros – we’ve all seen the wedding cakes with a hidden side detailing superheros. Well for the nerd or kid in your man then check out these fun and quirky buttonholes – however don’t mix your superheros – I have it on authority (from hubby) that its a no no mixing Marvel and DC characters!
Back To Nature – Dried Flowers
These stunning buttonholes are actually dried flowers – the perfect accompaniment to a rustic wedding
Why not collect these at the end and have them encased in box frame as a memento of your special day.
From paper roses to quilling these buttonholes are as individual as you. Perfect if matching a paper bouquet, I love the red dice detailing on the Spade Rose.
Button buttonholes remain popular and being on trend with either colourful buttons or alongside luxury fabrics such as tweed, felt or given an antique twist with music paper or map detailing.