Tutorial brought to you by Jenny Zukovsky of Fionna Floral
Fionna Floral is a premier full service floral design company specializing in weddings and events in Northern and Central Coast California. In this DIY project, Jenny will show you how to make a boutonniere for a prom or a wedding in a few simple steps.
Notes from Jenny: Boutonnieres can be made a day ahead of your event, and stored in a cooler with a temperature between 40° to 42° F. Make sure that there are no tomatoes, berries, or apples in your cooler space, as these fruits emit ethylene which will damage fresh flowers. Use sturdy product to ensure that your boutonniere will last through all of the hugs, kisses and photos of your special day!