12 Spring Boutonnieres That Grooms Are Guaranteed to Love

Dress up your groom's lapel with seasonal flowers and spring colors

Updated 03/12/19

Photo by Sally Pinera

The groom's boutonniere: It's an essential wedding detail, but it can be easily overlooked when your venue's floral arrangements and your own wedding bouquet are hogging your attention. You'd be remiss to let this detail slide though—your groom's boutonniere can serve as a creative way for your guy to show off his personal style, as well as the features of the season. For boutonnieres for spring weddings for instance, we love the idea of using seasonal blooms and color palettes to dress up your groom's lapel.

The spring boutonnieres below definitely fit the bill!

There are a variety of styles you can play with when it comes to boutonnieres for spring weddings. If you plan on saying "I do" in March when the chilly weather is still lingering, try a deep green boutonniere of eucalyptus and pine, with maybe a light pastel flower included in the bundle to convey the changing season.

Meanwhile, late April and May weddings can take on all of the bright, fresh vibes of springtime. For these warmer weeks, we recommend dipping into bold colors like deep pink, yellow, and orange for your groom's spring boutonniere, as well as including bold blooms and unique additions. One groom below even included mini oranges in his spring boutonniere for a totally tropical feel!

Take a look at some of these seasonal boutonnieres for spring weddings, below. We guarantee you and your groom will not be disappointed with these dapper ideas.

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Photo by Rebecca Yale Photography

This eucalyptus boutonniere brings a clean, springtime feel to a groom's wedding look. Add a few sprigs of lavender for a fragrant touch.

Photo by Kate Osborne Photography

Bring the taste of spring into your groom's style with the unexpected addition of citrus fruit. We love this mini orange design!

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Photo by Olivia Rae James

This pretty pop of color will give a suit a sunny, springtime feel and also works perfectly for a tropical destination wedding.

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Photo by Evan Hopman

At his Big Sur elopement, this groom tucked olive leaves and grasses into the pocket of his burgundy suit for a unique spin on a boho boutonniere.

Photo by O'Malley Photographers

Silver dollar eucalyptus and white roses compliment each other for a classic, elegant bundle.

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Photo by Sue Kessler of Christian Oth Studio

We love this combo of natural grasses and blooming pastel florals for a spring boutonniere that will accent an outdoor wedding venue perfectly.

Photo by Mon Soleil

Black-tie weddings call for a classic boutonniere. Ask your florist to choose a bright white flower to give your groom's suit a striking accent.

Photo by Paula O’Hara

An all-greenery boutonniere, featuring different types of eucalyptus, brings a fresh feel to a bohemian celebration.

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Photo by André Maier

Oranges, greens, and yellows are perfect for a late spring celebration as the weather begins to warm.

Photo by Matthew Land Studios

Keep your arrangement simple by only adding a few sprigs to your spring boutonniere.

Photo by Sally Pinera

You can't go wrong with a simple white and green color palette for a spring wedding!

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What bloom says springtime better than a daisy? This tiny posy is the perfect finishing touch to this groom's ensemble for his beachside wedding in Brazil.

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