Pink boutonnieres come in a large range of flower varieties and accents. From the simple and elegant to the outright fabulous! Do you need help? Be sure to check out all our boutonniere step by step tutorials which can easily be converted into any color you wish. Use the following lapel flowers as inspiration!
This hot rose boutonniere is cooled off with the addition of miniature lavender spray carnation, lavender pomp and sprigs of seeded eucalyptus.
Hot pink tulip is paired with tinted Star of Bethlehem and finished with Eucalyptus.
Deep fushia calla is tucked into the breast pocket with draping of pink veronica.
Hot pink rose surrounded with crinkle leaf geranium leaves.
Another pocket look is created with light pink spray rose sided with hot pink spray carnations and dark green ivy leaf.
Simple miniature Gerbera daisies with a sheer pink ribbon accent and salal and ivy leaves.
Two miniature spray roses (one just a bud) are paired with a sprig of sprengeri and ivy leaf.
Pink sedum and pink roses are the choice of blooms in these two boutonnieres.
A mixture of pink flower varieties, including sedum, two toned carnation, scabiosa and a lavender rose are a lovely, old fashioned flower choice.
Grace and elegance with the palest pink rose, two lisianthus buds and a cluster of pale pink hydrangea. Keep in mind boutonnieres with cut hydrangeas must be kept refrigerated right up to the wedding time, as they tend to wilt quickly in warm areas.