The tradition of wedding buttonholes originates from ancient Greece when bride grooms would pin a small arrangement of flowers, usually mixed with fragrant herbs, close to their heart in order to ward off any evil spirits which may wish to turn their hearts against the bride.
Nowadays, buttonholes are no longer shrouded in superstition but are seen as a mandatory part of the groom’s wedding attire.
Just like wedding bouquets and corsages, buttonholes can be created using many different varieties of flowers, foliage and accessories and can be tailored to complement any wedding theme or colour scheme.
Here’s just some inspiring ways to transform your groom’s lapel on your big day…
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