Gorgeous Wedding Buttonholes

I’m not sure if you know that I have a little obsession with buttonholes. Yes I have written about it before on LMW (buttonholes fit for a wedding), but I wanted to do an updated post with these photos as they’re really crisp and clear (just like a groom’s buttonhole should be).
BTW all of these gorgeous wedding buttonholes were created by Planet Flowers and photographed by Rankine Photography.
Vendelle Rose with Eryngium White Phaelenopsis Akito Rose Crystal Blush Calla Garnet Glow Calla Honey Moon Tulip Mango Calla with Hypericum Nicole Rose Pole Position Rose Vendella Rose with Beech leafGemma @ Planet Flowers – thank you for feeding my obsession with buttonholes . I have to say that Planet Flowers are one of my favourite florists and come highly recommended – I know many of the scottish photographers that I feature on LMW work with them regularly and speak very highly of them. Do make sure that you check out their site, Planet Flowers, for more examples of their work.

Which of these do you like? Please share with us what you are planning for your wedding…

 
Comments

These are beautiful! My favourite is hard to choose but I think its got to be the classic orange/red rose and berries, it looks amazing!

All the 13 are gorgeous.
I love it… Hard to choose.

I love it…If I choose I will select a third..These are beautiful

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Absolutely love them! Nice to see something out of the “norm”.

I have to say, these buttonholes are great – unusual even quirky but totally unique! So nice to see some imagination in this area . . .

i love the second one, Eryngium, just look like a cactus

LittleMissWedding

I know Anny I really like the Eryngium – for some reason it reminds me of Scottish weddings. I had something similar to no 8 with the roses and berries for the guys @ our wedding, but I have to say that they are all fab. Especially when they look so fresh :-)

Love the pink rose in the first pic-would never have said a pink rose would be my first choice as a buttonhole but it looks stunning!

I love the second one.Very different . The Orchid reminds me of my wedding in Thailand.

Some lovely photos, and colour combinations, there!

Eryngium + White Heather is my favourite. I love this combination. Beautiful!

very creative and its so beautiful to watch

I like the orange one, although all of them are so nice and elegant

So beautiful! Roses still remain my favourite…. I must be a bit of a traditionalist!

What gorgeous creations! My favourite is the thistle, being Scottish, but they are all fab! Well done and thanks for sharing the ideas.

When I got married every button hole was a carnation. I love the choice on offer today. My favourites are the roses in dainty pink and off white colours.

They are very elegant and it is very hard to choose the best. But perhaps, I’ll for the simple white rose. It’s lovely!

These are great, and I love your attention to detail. I’ve given you kudos here: http://www.weddingvideosolutions.org.uk/index.php/10-top-wedding-blogs/

Wow! lovely collection… I like Lily of the Valley + Heather.. gorgeous.

Such a pretty section of buttonholes for brides and grooms to get inspiration, lovely!

i love the last two most, the one with Rose + Lily of the Valley and the one with Spray Rose, by the way, why not start a poll on which is the best wedding buttonholes ideas?

4th one down is my favourite, very unusual.

Thanks a lot for the buttonhole list. I’ll definitely send this on to my upcoming clients, so that they can get some inspiration. After all, all too often it’s the little details that make all the difference!

Keep up the good work!

Luben – Berkshire Wedding Photography

I really love the Eryngium buttonholes – something so understated and elegant about them! Roses are pretty too, but but my vote goes to the thistly blue stuff!

amazing collections….i am confused which wedding buttonholes to choose for my brother..thanks for sharing this.

the thistles are brilliant, although not very good for hugs

Simply Gorgeous!!
I really love the third and last ones!!
Thank you for sharing this ideas.
I think this one is very creative and elegant.

Didn’t really know that you could make up button holes in so many ways!! Great tips. I am always looking for something new, here it is – something unexpected.

LOL! It seem’s that gents are getting as fussy about their button holes as the ladies are about their hats! The second to last one for me. Nice and simple!

Buttonholes can be a challenge, trying to fnd something a little different yet still look classic. Fantastic post, the cream and blush pink roses are beautiful!

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