Today’s post is all about my best friend Becky’s highly original boutonnière bar idea at her Debordieu nuptials.
Becky opted for large fabric flower boutonnières for the women attending the ceremony, and small fabric flower boutonnières for all the men attending the wedding (including the groomsmen of course).
Both versions were created by the fabulous Emerson of EmersonMade, who’s now such a big stinkin’ deal that she had to move on from frills and flowers into focusing solely on her fabulous clothing line. We’ve loved watching her star rise, and it’s fun to read her blog posts about her darling Pedro, too.
Dear Chocolate Cosmos:
I’m smitten. Your blooms aren’t quite crimson or violet or chocolate brown, but rather a combination of all three. And you sure do look pretty next to pale, chalky hues and textures. Please make your way into one of our fall bouquets next year.
I don’t know about everybody else, but I’m absolutely in love with the look of floral head wreaths at a wedding.
Bride, attendants, or both, there is something soft and gather-round-the-Maypole-bohemian about the look, no?
And since spring is just around the corner here in Charleston, I thought I’d share my favorite version of the aesthetic, courtesy of Kate Moss’s bucolic wedding in Vogue: