Post # 1
I made button boutonnieres for our groomsmen. Our wedding has a vintage theme with lots of vintage bottles and old books. The groomsmen will also be wearing brown tuxedos. Bridesmaids are in navy blue.
My bouquet will be filled with garden roses, ranunculus and eden spray roses. The Bridesmaid or Best Man bouquets will be dahlias, button poms and eden spray roses. I’ve been thinking I’ll have the bouquets tied with twine with a button “flower” attached so that it stays consistent with the button boutonnieres.
The venue is a country club (outdoor wedding) so there isn’t much of a country/rustic vibe going on. Will the twine match the theme okay? Will anyone even notice?
These are the button boutonnieres I’ve already made:
And some photos of twine wrapped bouquets:
Post # 3
Love the twine! We’ve used it in our latest post @ No Impact Bride that’s all about burlap. Twine and burlap go together so well!
Post # 4
Twine looks SO much better than ribbon, (with a few exceptions). IMO
Post # 6
I love that!!! I might have to ask my florist to add that in!
Post # 7
I like it. Honestly the twine would be a touch that you will notice and your photographs will show but not many other people will notice. Go for what you like!
Post # 8
@milesbella: SWWWWOOOOON!!!! I adore adore adore jute twine – I’m having my bouquet wrapped in the organza from my dress and jute twine.
Post # 9
We loved these photos so much we used them AGAIN @ No Impact Bride. Obviously, this time the post is different. The last post was about burlap and now it’s about twine! The two go together so well!