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DIY Fall Inspired Boutonnières

Continuing with our DIY Contest weekend extravaganza, next project up was created by Alana Olsen. She created the perfect boutonnières for fall and winter weddings, but the woodsy feel is adorable year round.

diy woodsy guinea feather boutonniere

What you’ll need:
- 3 sprigs of a hearty stemmed herb, such as rosemary, as used here, lavender, thyme, etc.
- 2-3 small/baby magnolia leaves
- 4-6 birch branch tips, or curly willow tips or any small twig tips found outside!
- 2 pins
- ½ yard of vintage ribbon
- Guinea feather
- Scissors
- Floral tape (can be found at craft stores)

rosemary groom boutonniere
guinea feather rosemary wedding bout

Instructions:
Step 1: Take 2 small magnolia leaves, turning one back side up, hold ends of leaves together and tape with floral tape. Floral tape is tacky and sticks to itself, it may take a couple tries, but just pull the tape and wrap around and it should hold!
Step 2: Cut the feather down to appropriate size for the boutonnière and attach using the same technique with floral tape.
Step 3: Take 4-6 twig tips and trim down to appropriate size. Tape together with floral tape and then attach to rest of boutonnière, again using floral tape.
Step 4: Take 2-3 herb sprigs, trim to size and strip any foliage that will be taped and place on boutonnière and tape in place.
Step 5: Take ribbon and leaving one end at the top, wrap from the bottom up, tie into a small knot and trim ends at an angle.
Step 6: Insert pins and your fabulous fall inspired boutonnière is ready to wear!

Such types of boutonnières are very hearty and can be made days ahead of an event. Just spritz with water, place in a zip lock baggie and place in the Frigidaire!

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