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Floral pocket square made with blush spray roses, blue dephinium, eucalyptus, and greenery, worn by a groom in a dark green suit

Personal Flowers

These are all the different types of floral arrangements that you might wear or carry, other than a bouquet. For the men, this is most typically a boutonniere, but dang do we love the pocket square trend! For the ladies, this might be a pin-on boutonniere or a wrist corsage. Anyone can rock a flower crown, headband, or hair comb, but they're definitely most popular for brides and flower girls. 

Personal flowers are sometimes viewed as too traditional, but they aren't just for weddings - boutonnieres and corsages are also a fantastic way to make a grad feel special, particularly if the flowers compliment their dress or suit!

Like with other arrangements, the limits of what you can do with personal flowers are only restricted by the limits of your imagination.

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Three groomsmen in blue suits wear boutonnieres made of blush spray roses and greenery
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A bride and her father stand together, the father wears a boutonniere made of a cream spray rose, eryngium, and greenery, wrapped in twine
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Groom in a black suit, shirt, and tie wears a boutonniere made of a cream and blush spray rose, pink thryptomene, and greenery, wrapped in mauve ribbon
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