In this photo we see the mother of the groom pinning a Baby's Breath boutonnière to the lapel of her son's blue suit jacket. Her son is the groom and this is his wedding day. They are in the groom's getting ready room at Avon Wedding & Event Barn and it is moments before the first look.
A boutonniere is a single flower or two that is worn by the male members of a wedding party using flowers to compliment the floral arrangements carried by the female members. Boutonnieres are traditionally worn on the left side of the jacket lapel. The word itself comes from the French word for buttonhole.
Location: 7424 E County Road 100 N, Avon, IN 46123.