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Project

Fall Boutonnieres

Introduction

Incorporate the shades and symbols of autumn into festive boutonnieres.

1. As foliage for fresh phalaenopsis orchids, jacquard ribbon with a fern motif (from Masterstroke Canada) is cut into leaf shapes.

2. Bittersweet (from Dry Nature Designs) and vintage silk leaves are tied with taffeta ribbon (from the Store Across the Street).

3. Tiny prewired pinecone flowers (from Dry Nature Designs) and paper ferns (from Tinsel Trading Company), secured with silk ribbon (by Midori), form an everlasting ornament.

4. The stems of warm-hued freesia are wrapped in brown floral tape and tied with taffeta ribbon (from the Store Across the Street).

5. Loops of plaid ribbon (from Hyman Hendler & Sons) are a bright backdrop for realistic acorn trimmings (from Tinsel Trading Company).

 

Source
Martha Stewart Weddings, 2005

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Reviews (7)

  • 15 Oct, 2010

    Why can't boutonnieres have bows? I think they're gorgeous! I can't imagine my FH ever saying "ewwww... a BOW!" :)

  • 15 Oct, 2010

    Why can't boutonnieres have bows? I think they're gorgeous! I can't imagine my FH ever saying "ewwww... a BOW!" :)

  • 29 Aug, 2010

    Although they are really nice, boutonneirs don't have bows, bows are for coursages.

  • 20 Aug, 2010

    Super cute!!!

  • 19 Aug, 2010

    These are gorgeous. Its a very modern and natural theme fr wedding these days to actually have some of the seasons more natural flowers as bouts. I love it. This time in age for wedding planning less is more. Although for my wedding i opted for the traditional and (lets be honest, boring) white rose, i would have much rather done something like this/

  • 19 Aug, 2010

    Kinda wierd. Would not please most folks I know.

  • 5 May, 2010

    These are very unusual but beautiful at the same time.