Making an appearance in everything from bridal bouquets to reception centerpieces, succulents are a hugely popular wedding trend. And if you love them as much as we do, why not have your groom sport a succulent boutonniere on his lapel? Stylish-yet-masculine, succulent boutonnieres are a great alternative to a traditional floral version. Check out six of our favorite takes on this idea.
Single Succulent (above): A single echeveria succulent looks simple and striking on its own.
Photo: [Shannon Michele Photography](http://shannonmichelephotography.com/)
Succulent with Berries: Add more texture to a succulent boutonniere with a few sprigs of berries, like the pepper berries seen here.
Photo: [Michelle Gardella](http://www.michellegardella.com/)
Succulent Boutonniere with Twigs: The addition of a few small twigs gives this buttonhole a modern, manly look.
Photo: [Emily Delamater](http://emilydelamater.com/)
Succulent and Ranunculus Boutonniere: For a boutonniere that's classic with a twist, pair a ranunculus blossom with a small succulent and finish with a few olive leaves.
Photo: [Erin J. Saldana Photography](http://www.erinjsaldana.com/)
Succulent Boutonniere with Blackberries and Wheat: Textural elements like fresh blackberries, wheat, and dusty miller leaves lend a natural, organic feel to this succulent boutonniere.
Photo: [Karolina Kuras](http://archivehouse.com/)
Succulent Boutonniere with Wheat and Lavender: If your wedding has a rustic theme, opt for a boutonniere featuring succulents, sprigs of lavender, seeded eucalyptus, and wheat.