Who says wedding flowers are just for the ladies?! We love seeing grooms, groomsmen and ring bearers get creative with their boutonnieres. Whether they use flowers, keepsakes, or simple pins, their boutonnieres often speak volumes about the couple's personality and their wedding theme. So we asked our loyal Facebook followers to share what their guys wore on their jackets. It was hard to choose, but we picked the five coolest boutonnieres from those submissions!
First off is this groom's totally unique elephant pin with a feathers. Not only did it coordinate with bride Stefany Allongo's brooch bouquet, but it fit perfectly with their zoo wedding venue.
Photo: Courtesy of Mandi Lutha
Bride Mandi Lutha's groom said "I do" with a classic white rose boutonniere pinned to his lapel — but it had a twist! The flower had an Up-inspired pin attached to it, to complement their Disney-themed wedding. How adorable!
Photo: Courtesy of Kristen Barrentine
Ring bearers may be young, but they're still a valuable part of the bridal party. Bride Kristen Barrentine decked out her little guy with a baby's breath boutonniere that's appropriately fun and youthful.
Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Sutterby
Rustic, barn weddings are still a major bridal trend. What better way to embrace it than with a boutonniere made out of wheat, like the one that bride Rebecca Sutterby's husband wore?
Photo: Courtesy of Stephanie Smith
Succulents are one of the best summer wedding flowers because of their heat-resistant properties. Luckily, they're nice to look at, too! Bride Stephanie Smith's groom sported a succulent boutonniere filled with purple accents to match his tie.