White Rose Boutonniere

Penny Hall


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1 Groom
25 Min


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    jewelry wire and/or floral wire
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    white rose (silk or fresh)
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    wire cutters
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    floral tape
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    jeweled stick pin
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    greenery fresh or silk

How to Make White Rose Boutonniere


  1. It's hard to realize that a white rose boutonniere can be designed so many different ways. From ribbon wraps to exotic greenery, you have have that "special" touch for YOUR groom's boutonniere!

    This first one is definitely going to appeal to the bling-bling lover! Lot's of lavish beads wrapped completely around the stem and encircling the head of the rose.
  2. Learning to make your own wedding florals isn't as difficult as you would imagine. As long as you have the right supplies, creating your own simple floral designs could end up saving you a pretty penny.

    It is important when doing your own flowers to choose something that you can easily transport and set up. Be sure to call on friends and family for help in those last minute details that need to be done on the wedding day. Save money . . . but don't cause yourself unneeded stress!

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About White Rose Boutonniere

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #boutonnier

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