These sweet foliage buttonholes Will give your groom's big day
look a loving and natural touch.
SEE MORE DIY DETAILS
Choose a selection of natural foliage and a suede leaf. Wrap
wire around each stem individually. Arrange with the leaves behind
and wrap floristry tape around the stems to hold them together.
Cover tape with a length of ribbon and secure with pins.
Selection of foliage, £5 (pine cone, berried ivy, fennel),
rebelrebel.co.uk; Suede leaves, £7.50 each; grosgrain ribbon, £3.78
per metre, vvrouleaux.com. Wire, from £1.89; floristry tape, £1.49,
WEDDING? START HERE...
As seen in the March/April 2013 issue
How To Cut A Wedding Cake
It's not as simple as you think: this is the best way to cut up a wedding cake
Cutture's New Designs Prove Invitations Needn't Be Naff
Gone are the days of dodgy wedding stationery
The Wedding Colour Of 2017? This Green!
Pantone has declared zesty ‘Greenery’ is the shade of the year. We show you how to embrace green in your wedding invitations, and everywhere!
These David Austin Roses Bouquets Will Remind You Just How Beautiful Flowers Can Be
The most popular David Austin roses and how to style them
Mary Katrantzou x Paperless Post
The wedding invitation favourite have teamed up with one of Britain's best fashion designers