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Classic Sophistication

There's nothing quite so traditional as a simple white rose boutonniere. It pairs well with any suit, and will complement any bridal bouquet.

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wine colored ranunculus bud boutonniere
Photo: Jen Brazeal

Dark Drama

Summer weddings don't always have light color palettes. For jewel-toned schemes, or those with dark neutrals, this maroon ranunculus bud boutonniere is very fitting.

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Boho Succulents

Succulents are such a popular wedding detail right now. When searching for summer wedding boutonnieres, consider sturdy succulents to create a handsome design.

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herbal boutonniere with lavender
Photo: Meg Haley

Light & Herbal

Particularly if your wedding is on a farm, a simple herbal boutonniere blends well within your theme. With a delicate scent and pretty purple color, this lavender boutonniere complements a gray suit.

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bright summer wedding boutonniere wrapped in ribbons
Photo: Brian Leahy

Colorful Ribbons

Got a bright and juicy wedding color palette? Wrap a colorful boutonniere with festive ribbons and embellishments to make it stand out against his lapel.

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Simple Elegance

For a chic vintage wedding, summer wedding boutonnieres made with white ranunculus and thistle will go perfectly with simple bouquets and muted color palettes.

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Summer Berries

Celebrate the lush beauty of the season with a summer wedding boutonniere with viburnum berries, freesia, and pink ranunculus. We love this paired with a black or navy suit.

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Rustic Style

Button mums are a great fit for a rustic affair. The bright yellow pops against a khaki or linen suit. This wedding boutonniere enhances the natural charm of these flowers by wrapping the boutonniere with twine.

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Sunny & Bright

Wedding boutonnieres don't need to match. For summer, use a selection of brightly colored flowers wrapped together with vibrant ribbons.

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Coordinating Blooms

Anemones are such a striking flower. While they are most often seen in white, they are available in a range of different hues. Put the groomsmen in white anemones and the groom in a pink one to make him stand out from the crowd.