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The very dapper fresh flower cravat from this stunning fresh floral groom style shoot had me smitten from the get go and I am so thrilled to share with you the collaborative efforts of Camilla Kirk Photography, Flowers By Julia Rose and Wood&Beau.The team, along with model Ian who was dressed in a navy suit

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Image via Violette’s FlowersFlowers are such a huge element of a wedding (said the florist!), and can create the atmosphere and style you wish for your wedding. Men’s buttonholes can be an afterthought, and some grooms may be reluctant to wear these tiny bunches of blooms on their lapels. Never fear! There are now so many talented florists

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Today’s post has been put together by a collaboration between Nerida McMurray Photography and the very talented floristry of Aleksandra.Nerida McMurray PhotographyKeep flowers in their box in a cool, dark location away from direct sunlight, drafts or excessive heat. A cool dark laundry/bathroom or on a hot summer’s day -in the fridge would be ideal.Nerida

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Image by Gertrude & Mabel via Jennifer and JamesAre you planning to wear a buttonhole? While most grooms and groomsmen wear buttonholes, it’s becoming a subtle trend for them to not wear buttonholes, which is a little bit disappointing because buttonholes are symbol of sharing; it’s said that it began when a gentle proposed by giving

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I’ve been perusing my favourites lately and this one didn’t disappoint.Emerson Made (a business run by a husband and wife team outside of New Hampshire) create the most stylish accessories not only for the girls, but for the boys too.If you’re looking for something a little different, Emerson Made offers the hippest accessories just right

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Originally posted on Polka Dot Bride September 23rd 2008Earlier today, Melbourne florist Kate Hill told us all we need to know on boutonnière. (See her interview here)However, if you’re not the flower type. Here’s some fun ideas!Photo by Jeff GreenoughI love the idea of using a feather, especially if the bride is carrying a feather

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Originally posted on Polka Dot Bride September 23rd 2008Ms Polka Dot recently headed to the expert to get the lowdown on those flowers we’re supposed to wear on our chests. The Boutonnieres! She spoke to leading Melbourne florist Kate Hill of Kate Hill Flowers for her tips.Photo by Kate Hill FlowersWhat is the history of

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Originally posted on Polka Dot Bride September 10th 2008Snippet and Ink’s uber talented creator Kathryn is back today to share a few fashion ideas! Check out the first board she did for Polka Dot Groom hereComfort: I’m sure that there are grooms who are perfectly comfortable in a tuxedo, or wearing a pink rose boutonniere,

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