Translation of boutonniere in Spanish:

boutonniere

boutonniere, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌbutnˈɪr//ˌbuːtɒnɪˈɛː/

noun

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    boutonniere masculine US
    prendido masculine Spain
    he was wearing a boutonniere llevaba un boutonniere
    • A Boutonnière can be as simple as a flower passed through a buttonhole.
    • I reached for his boutonnière that I had set for convenient access on a nearby chair.
    • Welcome to our prom corsage and boutonnière gallery!
    • The blushing Bride has her beautiful bouquet and the proud groom has his bold boutonnière.
    • Here's a step-by-step guide on do-it-yourself boutonnières.
    • You may get the best deals if you buy the corsage and boutonnière at the same flower shop.
    • Use a dressmaker's pin to attach the boutonnière to the jacket.
    • The groom's boutonnière should be different from the rest.
    • We've pulled together our favorite boutonnières, and we've got styles for every groom.
    • A boutonnière brings a sense of class and style to your suit lapel.
    • Many of these boutonnières were samples in our store.
    • We offer elegant silk bridal bouquets, romantic silk wedding flower packages, classic nosegays, corsages, boutonnières, and traditional wedding accessories.
    • Wedding boutonnières add the final flourish to a gentlemen's outfit.
    • This is the most recognized and used boutonnière in weddings today.
    • The boutonnière features one splendid white rose decorated with baby's breath.
    • He tenderly slipped a corsage onto my wrist, and I made my mother pin his boutonnière.
    • Each boutonnière is hand prepared with delicate greens and with floral tape.
    • And the guy of your dreams will look as handsome as you imagined with a classic rose boutonnière pinned to his lapel.
    • The boutonnières, corsages and bouquet were all yellow roses, just blooming, to match the bridesmaids gowns.
    • This simple boutonnière has 15 Swarovski Crystals.