Here at The Great British Florist we LOVE wedding flowers, but one of the most overlooked arrangements at any wedding are Buttonholes. A key chance for any blokes to get involved with a bit of flowery loveliness. We hope these great images will inspire you to pay real attention to these minute wonders, whether you're making your own or ordering from us. These delicate arrangements come in all shapes and sizes, fitting flowers and foliage from every season. As you can see above they look particularly lovely with a sprig or two of dried flower or oats. Depending on the season and preference we can use simple string or a bow to tie them together, usually leaving an open stem. Above we have a selection of our Classic Green, Cream and White Buttonholes. Another selection of our English Cottage Garden and You Choose The Flowers Buttonholes.
Because the arrangements are so delicate its very important to keep the flowers in a cool place before the ceremony- ideally a fridge. If you are making your own its best to make them last as the smallest arrangements always last the shortest time, and nobody wants wedding photos with a droopy, dead Buttonhole! Click on over to our Website to order your Wedding Flowers, email us at email@example.com or give us a call on 01981 500930
Just wanted to say thank you so much for the lovely bouquet of flowers that you sent to my daughter today. She's been shielding since February so these made her day. She was delighted that there were no lilies in the flowers as she suffers with hayfever. Thank you - Helen P
Just to say a lovely thank you for the beautiful arrangement of flowers for the funeral sheaf I ordered for my fathers funeral. He was 91 and always interested in the environment and wildflowers. The arrangement was just perfect. Many thanks once again - Magda B
My family arranged for you to deliver flowers for my birthday last Monday and I have to say that they are the best flowers I have ever received! After a week they are still looking amazing and are likely to do so for several days yet. Thank you very much! - Mary B