Buttonholes are appropriate for weddings and school balls.
Buttonholes are traditionally worn by the groom and other male members of the bridal party. Often other weddings guests who are close to the family - such as brothers, uncles, or grandparents - also wear a buttonhole as a gift from the bride and groom.
Buttonholes that are worn by the bridal party should complement the bride's flowers, whether it be similar flowers or colours.
There are several flowers that are appropriate for buttonholes and we can help you choose these depending on the style of your wedding/ball and your chosen colour scheme.