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  • How to make Succulent Boutonnieres
  • Daniel @ Kukka

How to make Succulent Boutonnieres

Succulents make perfect boutonnieres and are so easy to make! 

You will need about a 1 inch succulent. They typically come between 2 and 2.5 inches in diameter this mean you may just have to remove the leaves to get it down to boutonnière size.  

Most succulents will have little to no stem so to make sure they stay in place you will want to create a stem using a wooden stick, pin or floral wire. 

Choose your complimentary stems. For this I chose a blush spray rose and blue thistle. If you are going for a greenery look eucalyptus or even baby's breath also pair well. 

Criss cross the stems making sure the succulent is in front. Secure with floral tape first and adjust accordingly so the boutonnière will lay flat against the suit jacket.  

Lastly wrap with twine or robin to cover the floral tape then store in water or with a water tube until its show time! 



  • Daniel @ Kukka


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