Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of boutonniere.

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Examples

  • Did the whole wedding (bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, table centerpieces, etc) for $400.

    In a Second Life

  • Oh, yes, your bouquets and boutonnieres do count as accessories—and essential ones at that!

    My Fair Wedding

  • They should coordinate with the rest of the wedding party, so have the boutonnieres designed using one or a few or the flowers from the bridal bouquets.

    My Fair Wedding

  • I picked wildflowers all summer and dried them to make my bouquet as well as corsages and boutonnieres.

    Victoria Magazine June 1990, 1994

  • Oh, yes, your bouquets and boutonnieres do count as accessories—and essential ones at that!

    My Fair Wedding

  • Oh, yes, your bouquets and boutonnieres do count as accessories—and essential ones at that!

    My Fair Wedding

  • They should coordinate with the rest of the wedding party, so have the boutonnieres designed using one or a few or the flowers from the bridal bouquets.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Oh, yes, your bouquets and boutonnieres do count as accessories—and essential ones at that!

    My Fair Wedding

  • Matching vests, Golf shirts, or even boutonnieres will make your representatives easily identifiable.

    Monsters Trading | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • They should coordinate with the rest of the wedding party, so have the boutonnieres designed using one or a few or the flowers from the bridal bouquets.

    My Fair Wedding

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