13 Boutonnieres That Don’t Have Flowers

Forget about roses, peonies and ranunculuses — there’s no rule that says boutonnieres have to use flowers at all. Instead, branch out with unexpected elements like feathers, bottlecaps and blueberries for a totally unique look. Take a cue from your the tone of your wedding to incorporate elements that speak to the day’s theme. Check out some of our favorite flowerless boutonnieres below!

A Feather Boutonniere

From the album: A Romantic, Outdoor Wedding in San Martin, California

 

A Baseball Boutonniere

 

A Cotton Boutonniere

From the album: A Second Presbyterian Church Wedding in Greensville, South Carolina

 

A State-Shaped Boutonniere

 

A Squirrel Boutonniere

 

A Blueberry Boutonniere

From the album: An Outdoor Harborside Wedding in Norteast Harbor, Maine

 

An Herb Boutonniere

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From the album: A Rustic Chic Wedding in North Aurora, Illinois

 

A Mini Pumpkin Boutonniere

From the album: A Rustic Autumnal Wedding in Cambria, California

 

A Felt Boutonniere

From the album: A Camp Oneka Wedding in Tafton, Pennsylvania

 

An Upcycled Boutonniere

From the album: An At-Home Wedding in Adolph, West Virginia

 

A Button and Key Boutonniere

From the album: A Desert Foothills Wedding in Scottsdale, Arizona

 

An Air Plant Boutonniere

From the album:  A Snowy Mountain Lodge Wedding in Centennial, Wyoming

 

A Boutonniere with Hops

From the album: A Rustic Mountain Wedding in Keene, NY

 

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