Pantone may have called “Greenery” as the Color of the Year for 2017 but the trend certainly began in 2016. Our best boutonnieres and bouquets from the past year are full of creative details, such as trendy lush greens, alternative vessels, unexpected textural elements and even vegetables, all of which are guaranteed to inspire 2017 couples.
The air plant‘s bendy leaves give a unique structure to this bouquet that is rounded out with dusty miller and veronica, creating a style that is full of texture. | Photography by B. Jones Photography | Floral design by Bella Fiori
The epic details in this styled shoot transported us back to the 1930s where Bennie and Clyde, inspired by the iconic bank-robbing duo but with a modern, equality-minded twist, are gearing up for their happily ever after. The feathery addition adds the perfect vintage vibe to this bout and the rich palette is perfect for a fall wedding. | Photography by Ed & Aileeen Photography | Floral design by Zuzu's Petals
Taylor brought in elements from the surrounding forests to create her bouquet, made of cotton, moss and berries, for her woodland-themed wedding. | Photography by Allie Siarto
Evergreen, fluffy cotton, blackberries, rich red dahlias, roses and ranunculus are the key items in this lush bouquet that we can't stop staring at. | Photography by Kate Salley and Taylor Carlisle | Floral design by Beet & Yarrow
When the bride is in wedding industry (she owns her own dessert company), you know the participating wedding pros are going to be top-notch! Her wild and whimsical bouquet made up of eucalyptus, peonies and white anemones paired beautifully for her rustic vineyard wedding. | Photography by Lacey Gabrielle Photography | Floral design by Hana Floral Design