I feel like boutonnieres are an often overlooked accessory when it comes to a groom's wedding day style, but I think a lot of personality can be packed in a little space! I really want to make some nifty boutonnieres for the boys. I have been saving pics for awhile now. There are these cutsey ones as well that I heart. They're a little more traditional, but again very playful:
I love the slightly preppy quality to them.
There's also these from Martha. I love the tweed fabric she used as a basis for real flowers. Kinda masculine, but still pretty classic and just a bit of the unexpected.
I think Chris is really going to go for these, though. The Bespoke Boutonnieres by Fritts Rosenow. No traditional flowers here, these boutonnieres are strictly for the playful and quirky. Sounds a lot like us!
I am absolutely positive that I can make these myself. Do some hunting in the miniatures/doll section of Hobby Lobby and Michaels and some toy stores and look for things that represent the groomsmen, some hot glue gunning later, and I could have some fabulously cool boutonnières. The bridesmaids shouldn't have all the fun!
I just really hope Chris doesn't want a Yoda one (shudder).