While he does not have to, the groom can coordinate his buttonhole with the bride’s bouquet to express their partnership and love for each other. This doesn’t mean it needs to be the same flower. It can also be fashionable to choose a color which contrasts with the bride’s flowers.
Do boutonnieres and bouquets have to match?
They have to be the same style. It just needs to match the wedding colour palette. The boutonniere can be anything, doesn’t have to match at all.
What Colour should wedding buttonholes be?
The colour of your buttonholes can either contrast or complement the colour of the groom’s outfit. For instance, a grey suit with a lilac cravat could be complemented by a buttonhole made from a deep purple tulip or anemone, a silvery ‘metalica’ rose or a sprig of lavender.
Can anyone wear a buttonhole at a wedding?
Traditionally, buttonholes are worn by the men in the wedding party, The Groom, Best Man and his Ushers, Page Boys, Father of the Bride and the Groom’s Father. Anyone who is in the wedding party and wearing a formal wedding suit matching all of the others really.
Does your bouquet have to match your wedding colors?
Do my flowers have to match my wedding colors? A: Nope! In fact, some of our favorite wedding looks included a diverse palette that works without being too matchy-matchy.