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Buttonholes and 

Often forgotten about but A buttonhole, sometimes called a boutonnière, is a little flower worn in the lapel of a suit. They're normally worn by the groom, ushers, fathers, stepfathers and any other male members of the couple's immediate family. Finished off with twine or silks makes the perfect match to add to any suit. Choose a buttonhole or wrist corsage for the ladies, traditionally the mother of the groom/bride. other options such as bag florals available on request

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