Select an assortment of blooms to create unique buttonholes for
the men in your wedding.
Clockwise from top left: Grandfather's buttonhole (Juliet
roses and alchemilla mollis); father's buttonhole (delphiniums and
blackberries); groom's buttonhole (Bombastic rose and sweet peas);
best man's buttonhole (hydrangea and nerines); buttonhole
(Bombastic spray roses and blackberries) and brother's buttonhole
(honeysuckle, sweet peas and fern), all £7.50 each;
byappointmentonlydesign.com. Name cards, £75 for 20,
abigailwarner.com. Hessian mat, £2.35 per metre,
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