Therefore, it starts to tick in me whether if it is time for me to think about whether woodblock should be accessorise in order for him to keep to white long sleeve shirt but yet is able to keep to the theme.
However, I'm not sure how much woodblock is keen to put on a flower on his chest but most importantly I was hoping he can have some accessories which makes him feel 'cool' haha = )
Now other then the conventional flower buttonholes here are some of the cool finds I found and suggest to local daring grooms who are sick of the limited choice they have for buttonholes:
Now this brooch really caught my eye and I found it really attractive. However, the catch to all the guys' brooch is not just the design but really the use of colours. Like I mentioned even though e need to have a more fashionable accessories for guys but den it wun be helping them if we to make it a very girly colour esp when we are using it together with feathers and crystals.
Ooo LA LA. I love this brooch. It reminds of a prince with a vintage brooch on this chest. Hello, if a brid can be princess for a day I don't see why a groom shouldn't be her real prince charming for the day haha. However, I dont think you can find similar items on the market so most likely when you either DIY or custom made it, we should simplify it a little so that it wun be a little overwhelming and steal the limelight from the bride.
For for those who loves a mixed of casual street style brooch may try something like the above. Of cos the groom and the bride can choose to add in hanging ornaments which may reflect their personality or interests to make the brooch more meaningful and personalise to them. In fact, I actually thought we can even have the initials of the couple=)
Ok sure update the rest some other time cos its time for dinner =)