Wedding boutonnieres are probably the easiest floral related DIY project you can come by, but a lot brides still struggle with the choosing the right colors and textures. The talented, Chelsea Fuss, created this beautiful DIY wedding boutonniere tutorial to inspire brides toying with a pink and white color palette for their own wedding.
For the Boutonniere
1-2 English daisy plants
scissors or clippers
Step #1: Clip off 3-5 flowers down at the bottom of the stem
Step # 2: Gather flowers in your hand. Place the smallest flower so it peeks out of the top of the group. Secure with floral tape. Place on leaf at the back where it will lay against the lapel.
Step # 3: Cover floral tape with linen tape or ribbon. Secure with a drop of hot glue. Use a pin to secure to jacket.
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