Eight New Ideas For Boutonnieres\\nThere's not a single real flower in this cool crop of funky boutonnieres\\n1\\\\. We heart this bout's glass beads and polka-dot ribbon; $15, [theonehappygirl.com](http://www.theonehappygirl.com).\\n2\\\\. Pin him with paper flowers—the center one is made from the pages of a 1920s National Geographic; $30, [whetherpaperworks.etsy.com](http://www.whetherpaperworks.etsy.com).\\n3\\\\. He'll love this custom bit of birch; $24, [lilfishstudios.etsy.com](http://www.etsy.com/shop/lilfishstudios).\\n4\\\\. A groom's best friend, coming soon to a lapel near you; $45, [frittsrosenow.com](http://www.frittsrosenow.com).\\n5\\\\. Go retro with feathers and a vintage button; $13, [wedzu.com/seller/emilyk](http://www.wedzu.com/seller/emilyk).\\n6\\\\. Careful craftsmanship brings a felt dahlia to life; $20, [digs.com](http://www.digs.com).\\n7\\\\. After the nups, this silver-trimmed tile can hang on your Christmas tree; $28, [palomasnest.com](http://www.palomasnest.com).\\n8\\\\. A mini-bloom on a tie or lapel has 1940s appeal; $36 for four, [emersonmade.com](http://www.emersonmade.com).