Festive Fall Boutonnieres for Your Groom

Flowers, Grooms

Fall is such a romantic time of the year to get married — the weather is still relatively mild and the season's fiery reds, oranges, and yellows are the perfect inspiration for your wedding's color palette. When it comes to your groom, take cues from Mother Nature and incorporate autumnal hues and unexpected fall elements to really make his suit stand out. Here are our favorite fall-themed boutonnieres.

Acorn Boutonniere (above): A pair of acorns combined with a freesia bud, privet berries, and seeded eucalyptus make for a wonderfully whimsical fall boutonniere.

Fall Foliage Boutonniere: Textural elements like oak leaves, pinecones, and berries in brilliant fall hues reflect the season; the stems are wrapped in raffia for a rustic touch.

fall boutonnieres

Photo: Ahmet Ze

Wheat Boutonniere: Dried wheat mixed with sprigs of lavender and baby's breath is a simple-yet-striking way to dress up his lapel.

Dahlia Buds Boutonniere: Embrace the season with a boutonniere full of texture — this one includes a dahlia buds, rosemary, dusty miller, and berries and is finished with a luxe velvet ribbon.

Pinecone Boutonniere: For something unexpected, opt for a playful boutonniere fashioned from a miniature pinecone.

Craspedia and Wheat Boutonnieres: A pretty tray holds two sets of boutonnieres (one for the groomsmen, another slightly different set of bouts for the ceremony readers) fashioned with craspedia, grasses, and wheat.

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