With all the details in weddings both big and small, the flowers have become my absolute favorite. If I could, I would fill my home year round with the lush arrangements I see being carried down the aisle and the whimsical designs that top reception tables. But until then, I’ll have to settle for swooning over the designs that seem to get more and more incredible with each passing year. In 2017, bouquets accented by abundant greenery stole the show, while eye-catching boutonnieres fastened on jacket lapels and suit vests were out in force. As the year comes to an end, we're so excited to take a look back at all the amazing florals we've featured over the past year and share with you the best boutonnieres and bouquets of 2017!
This tropical wedding inspiration shoot, which was shot at Love Lister's Cypress Falls Event Center, was filled with colorful blooms. We love the way the grooms wore matching outfits but picked different color boutonnieres. | photo by Paige Vaughn Photography | floral design by Wimberley Flower Shop
The marriage of seeded eucalyptus, white- and peach-colored blooms and succulents in Alicia’s stunning bouquet was the perfect match for her and Sam's peach and green color palette. | photo by Ryan Horban | floral design by Tessfresh Flowers
Bobbie and Tracy's perfectly pink and purple bouquets were a stunning accessory for their lace-covered wedding dresses and pink and purple color palette. | photo by Grind & Press Photography | floral design by Apple Bottoms Floral Design
Large palm fronds, monstera leaves and small white blooms — this is what bouquet dreams are made of! For their Palm Springs wedding, Alison's lush arrangement was a definite wow factor! | photo by Ryan Horban | floral design by My Little Flower Shop
Jeff and Joel’s trendy wedding was filled with geometric details, so we love the way their calla lily boutonnieres took on an eye-catching geometric shape. | photo by Jenny DeMarco Photography | floral design by Pollen Floral Art
These bouquets are absolutely stunning. Casey and Matt's destination wedding in Bali called for bouquets of crisp white orchids, tulips and roses with light green hydrangeas and lush eucalyptus. | photo by Terralogical | floral design by Global Weddings
Spring was in the air for Pete and Robyn's garden wedding, and we love the way Pete's brightly colored bout featuring crespedia and white and yellow flowers pairs with his baby blue shirt and tie. | photo by We Are the Mitchell's | floral design by Studio Posy
Is there any arrangement more perfect for a desert elopement than this whimsical earth-toned bouquet? | photo by Kristen Kay Photography | floral design by Cultivate Goods
A cluster of white anemones pinned on a sand-colored linen vest was a dapper choice for Jim and Rickey's destination beach wedding. | photo by E.P. Anderson Photography | floral design by STEM Events
We love the way the flowers and succulents in Monique’s lush boutonniere match the blooms in her bride’s beautiful bouquet. | photo by Maya Meyers Photography | floral design by Yamaguchi Nursery
For a holiday styled shoot held on a Christmas tree farm, a striking boutonniere with bright red blooms accented by green ferns was a fun and festive detail. | photo by Unique2Chic Photography | floral design by Megan Connors Floral & Styling
Linda and Carla's autumn-colored bouquets of dahlias, ranunculus, amaranthus, blue thistle and eucalyptus were almost as stunning as the brides themselves! | photo by Mikkel Paige Photography | floral design by Meristem Floral
Wildflowers in monochromatic hues have never looked more beautiful than in this whimsical bouquet for a gorgeously styled David's Bridal-inspired styled shoot. | photo by Cassi Claire | floral design by Diana Gould Ltd.