A buttonhole adds the finishing touch to the Groom’s outfit.
It usually complements the bride’s bouquet and may co-ordinate with waistcoats, cravats or ties. The most traditional design consists of one or two roses with mixed foliage but contemporary versions may include calla lilies, orchids or thistles for example.
The Best Man, fathers and ushers usually wear slightly smaller versions.
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I’d rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck – Emma Goldman