Our buttonholes can be bespoke made to match the other floral arrangements and bouquets at your wedding. They can be simple with just one flower or incorporate greenery and a selection of flowers, it is up to you. We usually use one statement flower and add foliage and either unusual smaller flowers or berries to frame the larger flower. The stems can simply wraqpped with floral tape or have twine or ribbon wrapped around them.

Corsages tend to be for women and are normally larger and more intricate. Depending on the fabric of the chosen outfit worn it may not be suitable to attach the corsage to the outfit but we can make them so that they can be worn around the wrist or attached to a handbag. Just tell us your requirements and we can produce what you want.


  • Who should have buttonholes? It is up to you but typically the groom, best man, groomsmen and fathers of the bride and groom normally have buttonholes. The mothers of the bride and groom normally have corsages. Some people extend this to the grandparents of the bride and groom as well.
  • Which side should the buttonhole be worn on? These days not many people seem to be too bothered but historically the etiquette is that men's buttonholes are worn on the left collar and women's corsages on the right.

The flowers at our daughters wedding were stunning. Dorothy provides a bespoke service, always helpful and thoughtful. They fitted the occasion perfectly.

Ann Edwards

Lovely people and professional service, I felt like I was listened to and the flowers matched the colour scheme perfectly! The flowers and the centrepieces were so beautiful and really created the rustic, vintage, springtime feel that we wanted. I would certainly recommend Bouquets and Buttonholes to anyone who wants a personal touch to their special day!

Sariah Moore

I wasn’t sure what flowers I wanted for my wedding. Dorothy was extremely helpful and supportive in helping me choose the right flowers for me which looked lovely on the day.

Ruth Sims