So often the flowers for buttonholes get neglected, and I am so fed up with seeing a rose with a token piece of foliage as the backing. Isn't it time we got a bit more creative with them?! I personally love using seasonal flowers for weddings, and this can easily be translated to the buttonholes. Here I have used ranunculus as the main flower, as they are incredible at this time of the year. I have added a mixture of foliage such as bay leaves, rosemary, Gaultheria (aka “go-go”) and Parvi eucalyptus. Each one is different and completely unique. I have tied the buttonholes with some sumptuous velvet ribbon, which adds another texture to the designs, and I have also left the stems showing which is in keeping with the natural look I tend to favour for weddings.