Boutonniere – Lavender rose is a timeless accessory to add a touch of elegance to any outfit.
Boutonnières (or buttonholes) are floral decorations worn on tuxedo lapels or suit jackets.
Worn frequently in the past but now usually reserved for special occasions where formal wear is standard.
Occasions include funerals, weddings, outings to the theatre and opera.
Horse Races make a good fit – especially Spring-time when flowers are in bloom and folk dress up for Spring Carnival.
History shows warriors and statesmen wore flowers and also Soldiers going to war wore roses on their uniforms.
Boutonniere – Lavender rose is placed on the left lapel of a mans jacket, sports jackets, blazers and overcoats.
Boutonnieres always attach above a man’s heart and worn either on the lapel side or in the lapel’s buttonhole.
There are many different ways to style a boutonnière and typically they match either the brides or bridesmaids bridal bouquets.
Faux lavender rose boutonniere has white filler blossoms, a black ribbon and a purple lavender stem.
Affix using the pearl head pin located at the back of the boutonniere.
The rose colour is exquisite and photographs well; be sure to include in photos.
Materials: Foam rose, leaves and pearl head pin
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