DIY: Fabric Button Boutonniere

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Today’s fun DIY is a new twist on the traditional flower boutonniere. :) Love the idea of something a bit different and you can easily custmoize this DIY with your wedding colors for the ribbon and button – we were inspired by gold for ours! Such an easy way to create some fun bouts for your groom + groomsmen, right? Big thanks to our favorite DIY supply store Michaels for sponsoring this DIY! And another fun bonus – Michaels is offering GWS readers 20% off your entire regular price wedding purchase valid now through June 30th. Click here for the coupon!

DIY fabric boutonniere materials


Materials need to create one boutonniere (all found at Michaels)
• ribbon – you will need 5 strips cut in 7″ of length
• wooden button
• safety pins
• spray paint
• tacky glue
• felt (not shown above)

instructions step one

instructions step two

step three instructions

DIY fabric button boutonniere finished

DIY fabric button boutonniere

DIY fabric button boutonniere


All supplies found at Michaels and thanks to Katherine Elizabeth for the photos!

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  1. it looks easy,but usefull,thank y ou!

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