Vibrant evergreen, bold cranberry and brilliant white is a classic color combination for a winter wedding. This one is an especially gorgeous choice for a pre-Christmas celebration.
Color isn't the only way to signify seasons with your floral arrangements. Texture and fabric, like this velvet ribbon, is a subtle, sophisticated nod to the colder weather.
Woodsy and rustic, a pinecone-accented boutonniere is perfect for a barn wedding. It's an easy way to bring the outdoors in that's elegant and cool.
Succulents aren't just for summer! The muted green succulent mixed with the icy blue lamb's ear and bright pop of lime green is a surprising (but very festive!) way to modernize your men's boutonnieres.
White (Rose) Wedding
Winter goes preppy with a striped ribbon and white rose. If you're planning a country club wedding, this simple classic will make all the men look dapper.
There's nothing more romantic than a delicate frosting of snow on your winter wedding day— whether that's on the ground or your groom's lapel. These berry numbers have a cheerful vibe we're totally sweet on.
For those brides who are tying the knot on December 25th, there's no better boutonniere than this flowerless option. Festive red and green, glittery gold and snow white mingle merrily together (as a bonus, this is also easy to DIY)!
For a more contemporary feel, try going for a party-ready iridescent ribbon and complementary bow tie. The deep maroon flower, royal purple bow tie and shiny blue ribbon play off each other in an unexpected, but totally festive way.
If you and your sweetheart are planning a Valentine's Day event, there's no better way to celebrate than with a classic red rose theme. We love this boutonniere for its simple drama— understated in its arrangements, but impressive in its color.
Terrifically Jewel Toned
Elegant emeralds, rich rubies and gorgeous garnets are a chic way to play into the winter wedding theme in a modern way. We love this type of boutonniere for a museum gallery or hotel ballroom affair!