I asked David this weekend what kind of Boutonnière he wanted. Perhaps something creative with twigs, or herbs, or dahlias? And he told me that actually, he didn’t really want a boutonnière at all. It would make him feel like he was going to prom. So I started to tell him that of course he had to have one, that you couldn’t even get married without one, obviously. And then I realized, damn it, the wedding industry pulled one over on me again. If he doesn’t want one (and the various fathers don’t mind) then why should I make him wear one? After all, since we are doing all the flowers ourselves it will save us work! What do you think, internets? Would the marriage even be valid without flowers on his lapel?
It seems like when you reach the point in wedding planning to sit down and order wedding invitations, it is also the exact same week you realize your wedding is right around the corner, and there is so. much. stuff. that needs to get done. Now. Which means sometimes you freak out, and figure the best thing to do is use one of those big websites to make some fill-in-the-blank wedding invitations. But if stationery is pretty high up your priority list? If you have… opinions… on invitations, but not an unlimited budget?…Keep Reading
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