Check out our fresh take on the traditional boutonnieres!
FUN FACT! In the Medieval times, a female admirer would give a knight something to wear into battle, like a scarf or flower as a token of affection. Since the colour of gift was almost always the same colour as what the woman herself wore, the tradition was known as “wearing a lady’s colours.” By sporting the gift, a knight clearly demonstrated he was being supported in battle by a lady who adored him.
**Available only for self collection, unless purchased with our fuss-free bridal flowers.