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Stylish Groom Boutonniere Ideas for Summer Weddings
These 11 groom boutonniere ideas are all the definition of summer style (and not all of them include flowers).
Lilac and lavender are stunning colors for summer weddings but if he’s hesitant about wearing purple attire, keep it simple with herbal boutonnieres. These lavender sprigs tied with woodsy hearts are one-of-a-kind for a rustic wedding.
Feathers Over Florals
A feathered groom boutonniere can be more casual and offbeat than its floral counterpart. Paired with a gray vest, this peach and mint option is so free and easy.
Pineapples are one of the happiest trends we’ve seen lately — naturally, they were bound to make their way into this season’s weddings. Who knew this fruit would make such a neat “floral” idea? We’re loving this groom’s boutonniere, and we wouldn’t mind seeing some matching bouquets for a tropical wedding theme.
Every detail in this groom’s ensemble is great for a seaside event. While seersucker suits and beach weddings go hand in hand, let’s talk about this ruffled boutonniere. Peonies are popular choices for weddings, but early summer is generally the best time for these flowers while they’re in full bloom.
There are countless ways to include succulents in any wedding theme during any season. Sometimes these little plants make the best floral alternatives in boutonnieres, and in shades of mint they’re bound to impress for a summer wedding.
Knot Your Average Boutonniere
No flowers? No problem. Instead, incorporate a notable detail specific to your wedding theme into the boutonniere. A nautical knot is a necessity for a preppy summer affair, and it complements this groom’s navy striped tie so nicely.
You’ve heard of wine bottle decorations, now take it up a notch with these boutonnieres. The combination of coral and corks is ideal for a charming rustic wedding, or just a couple of wine enthusiasts (no judgment).
By playing up various florals with an ocean-inspired color palette, the boutonniere is the best part of this summer style. The sea holly adds a wildy stunning touch to the softer elements.
Mix & Match
We’ve seen a lot of mismatched bridesmaid dresses, and with summer’s bold colors and prints there are plenty of options to mix and match his style too. Both the bright orange rose and navy striped ribbon add a summery pop to this groom’s charcoal suit.
This groom really knows how to dress for a wedding in the sand. The boutonniere’s bright floral and starfish accents combined with his aqua tie and gray suit create a summery vibe that falls nothing short of amazing.
There’s nothing as unique and lively as a fiesta inspired celebration under the sun. Full of warm hues and playful textures, these boutonnieres nailed this popular summer wedding theme.