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Boutonnière ("BOO-tin-ear")


 
This is a single flower or bud or small group of flowers or buds.
 
It is worn by the groom, best man, ushers, and male relatives of the bride and groom. It is placed on the left lapel (over the heart) of their jackets. Boutonniere is derived from the Old French term for "buttonhole" because the flower or small bunch of flowers used to be worn in the buttonhole of the jacket.

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