Buttonholes need not be a single-bloom affair. Let your groom's
lapel candy match you in style stakes with a selection of the
flowers in your own bouquet.
A small selection of different flowers, particularly smaller
blooms that can be added in abundance will give his look a rustic
yet sophisticated appeal.
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Buttonhole (Spiraea nipponica 'Snowmound', nigella, lily of
the valley, Astrantia major ' Million Stars', thlaspi and Allium
naepolitanum, from £7, philippacraddock.com. Linen suit, £825, and
cotton shirt, £95, Hackett.com. Bowtie, £15,
moaningminnie.bigcartel.com. Lace handerkerchief, £7,
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