50 Stylish Summer Groom Attire Ideas

50 Stylish Summer Groom Attire Ideas
Summer weddings are very popular due to good weather, much sunshine, warm breezes and not frequent rains. But it’s often rather hot in summer and the tricky thing is to find proper attire, in which you won’t feel too hot and will look stylish at the same time. How to choose clothes that fit your... 
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Groom Tie Guide: 5 Tips And 25 Examples

Groom Tie Guide: 5 Tips And 25 Examples
Most of grooms today wear a tie, and if you are going to pull off one, this guide is for you. Here we’ll tell you how to choose a proper style, fabric, colors and much more. Let’s start! Colors Choose the color of your wedding color palette, it’s easy to pick a shade. Talk to... 
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25 Non-Floral Boutonnieres For Grooms And Groomsmen

25 Non-Floral Boutonnieres For Grooms And Groomsmen
If you opt for a non-floral wedding, avoiding blooms is what you should do in every part of your wedding, or at least stick to minimum of blooms. Arch decor, centerpieces, bouquets and even boutonnieres should be non-floral or close to that, and if you are hesitating about what to do with the latter ones,... 
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27 Unique Boutonnieres For Grooms And Groomsmen

27 Unique Boutonnieres For Grooms And Groomsmen
A boutonniere is an indispensable part of each groom’s look, it’s what highlights the outfit and helps the groom stand out from a crowd of groomsmen. Most of boutonnieres are floral and greenery ones but what if you want something special? We’ve gathered a whole bunch of whimsy and creative boutonnieres to get you inspired,... 
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Stylish DIY Ribbon Boutonniere For A Groom

Stylish DIY Ribbon Boutonniere For A Groom
This boutonniere is very similar to a locket, and will match any groom costume and style. You’ll need ribbon, scissors, needle and thread, iron, Button Covering Kit and scrap material. Start by making an accordion formation with your ribbon. Knot one end of your thread and push the needle through one edge. Then bring each... 
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Original DIY Felt Flower Boutonniere

Original DIY Felt Flower Boutonniere
For making this boutonniere you don’t need real flowers, you can make them independently from fabric! You’ll need 2 sheets of 9×12 felt, twine, stem wire, fake flower buds, ribbon, hot glue gun, scissors and straight pin. Cut a scallop spiral out of your felt. This will be your flower, so make sure whatever color... 
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Gentle DIY Boutonniere With A Rose

Gentle DIY Boutonniere With A Rose
It’s a classical and simple boutonniere, but it’s very gentle and cute! Let’s make it! You’ll need an assortment of small greens and one floral bud (silver brunia, eucalyptus, pink geraldine rose, a rhododendron tip) and supplies as floral knife, floral tape. First gather all of the florals and supplies. The main flower will be... 
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Bold DIY ‘I Do’ Graphic Boutonniere

Bold DIY ‘I Do’ Graphic Boutonniere
It’s a very original and funny project and it’s a cute way to incorporate these ceremonial words (“I do”) into your day. For making it you’ll need flowers, greens, parchment paper, string, scissors, wooden food pick, safety pin, sharpie and glue gun. Arrange your flowers in your hand in the way you’ll want them to... 
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Original DIY Airplant Boutonniere For Grooms And Groomsmen

Original DIY Airplant Boutonniere For Grooms And Groomsmen
Airplants are an original type of plants for wedding decor and they won’t wither! That’s why today we wanna show you how to make an airplant boutonniere for your groom or his groomsmen. It’s not so difficult, and you can create even 3 various types of accessory. You will need two types or colors of... 
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Elegant Rustic DIY Burlap Boutonniere

Elegant Rustic DIY Burlap Boutonniere
It’s not an easy-to-make project yet a great and cute accessory if you prepare for a rustic wedding. You will need burlap, cereal box-weight cardboard, three kinds of buttons, two kinds of feathers, pin backs, natural jewelry cord, glue, hot glue gun, 3/4″ wide ribbon, embroidery floss, big needle and sturdy bamboo skewers. First you’ll need... 
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