Button Holes and Corsages
Button holes can make a difference to how the male members of the wedding party look and can be the finishing touch that can provide a sense of style. They are either worn by several members of the wedding party or only by the groom. Often the button holes are made to mirror the flowers in the bride’s bouquet but the colour of the button holes can be chosen to either contrast or complement the colour of the groom’s outfit.
Wedding corsages are created from a single or small group of flowers and are worn by the female members of the wedding party, generally the bride and groom’s female relatives. It is similar to a button hole but is usually slightly larger.
To create a uniform look to your wedding and to provide a symbol of unity between the two families, the button holes and corsages are often co-ordinated.
Please see examples of our work below.
For further information, or to arrange a consultation please contact Martin or Yvonne at The Flower Room on 0115 9332077 or firstname.lastname@example.org