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  • Albuquerque Florist
  • (505) 881-3336
  • 3121 San Mateo NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87110

    Albuquerque Florist
    (505) 338-0038
    1416 Juan Tabo NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87112

    Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm
    Sat: 8:00am - 4:00pm
    Sun: Closed

About us


At Albuquerque Florist, Inc., we specialize in the finest flowers, backed by service and individual attention that has remained unsurpassed for over 40 golden years. We carry a vast selection of fresh flowers, green and blooming plants, dried and silk arrangements, balloons, gifts & plush animals as well as fruit & gourmet baskets, something for every budget. From a single rose to the most stunning wedding ensemble, our skilled staff of professional designers can make all of your special moments truly unforgettable. We have 2 NE Albuquerque locations to serve you at San Mateo Blvd and Juan Tabo Blvd. Also serving all Lovelace Hospitals, Presbyterian and University of New Mexico hospital.

How Should Your Boutonniere Be Worn?

29th Jul 2015

For years, men have donned boutonnieres for formal events such as weddings and proms. However, in today’s modern age, many men have shied away from wearing these floral decorations. Many men today dismiss the boutonniere as feminine, but we have a very different opinion. For years, boutonnieres have been seen as a sign of sophistication and as such, there is a very specific way boutonnieres should be worn. Guys, if you have a wedding up, here are a few tips 

for wearing your boutonniere the correct way:

Where Do You Wear It?

Boutonnieres are worn on the left lapel of a men’s suit, sport jacket or blazer jacket. They can even be worn on an overcoat. Boutonnieres are always fastened above a man’s heart and should be worn in the buttonhole of the suit. However, not all suits have buttonholes. Typically only higher-end suits have buttonholes.

What If Your Suit Doesn’t Have A Button-Hole?

If your suit or jacket doesn't have a button-hole, there are a couple of different ways you can attach your boutonniere. The easiest and most commonly used solution is to pin the boutonniere to your lapel. Although this was once seen as unattractive, this method has become more acceptable because florists have been able to make the flower stems look more attractive. You can also have a seamstress cut a buttonhole cut into your suit. Just make sure that you leave plenty of time before your event to have this done. Also, this should go without saying, but do not have a button-hole cut into a rental suit.

Be sure to check out our selection of wedding flowers and other unique flower arrangements in our online store.