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Friday, December 31, 2010


Boutonniere also boutonnière ( ) n. A flower or small bunch of flowers worn in a buttonhole. [French boutonnière , from Old French. 

Rosebuds are always available for men to wear on a wedding day, but many of Lillie's brides think outside the box when choosing a boutonniere for their grooms.

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In keeping with the theme of the wedding, this bout gets its vintage look from soft lamb's ear, two types of silk ribbon and a tiny silver charm bearing an old family photograph.

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This groom wore a mini calla lily with stephanotis and varigated ivy when he married at the Sonnet House in Leeds, Alabama.

or, go green . . .

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This groom wears a boutonniere of boxwood, hypericum berry, seeded eucalyptus and wax flower for and afternoon wedding ceremony at Aldridge Gardens in Birmingham, Alabama.

Thank you Jason Wallis, Frank Carnaggio and Jim Little for sharing the boutonniere images with Lillie's


Daniel Taylor Photography said...

These are such photogenic ideas for the groom, Carol. Love them.

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asuransi pendidikan said...

Flower plants as we know only serve as an ornamental plant. Did you actually plant these flowers can be utilized for health?

Some flowers can we use to treat diseases such as bladder stones, ulcers, eye, and skin diseases.

The use of flowers as a drug has advantages because no side effects caused by the use of raw materials from natural materials, in contrast to the usual drugs that use chemicals.

asuransi pendidikan said...

I love the flower that you have created and it is quite easy to make. I look for those sorts of things all the time. And now I have the Empire song stuck in my head!