#5457 - Contemporary Boutonniere

Boutonniere is based on the French word meaning “buttonhole flower,” which is usually worn in a jacket’s lapel. Several hundred years ago boutonnieres were worn to fend off evil spirits and ill fortune. They were also used to fend off bad odors and were thought to protect against diseases. Today, boutonnieres are a popular floral accessory worn on men's formal wear for events such as proms, weddings, and other similar ceremonies, often matching the corsages worn by their dates or the bride. This beautiful, contemporary stamp is often used as on RSVP envelopes that are sent in invitations using the Garden Corsage stamp which is similar in design and was released on the same day in 2020. Scott 5457 Contemporary Boutonniere
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#5457 - Contemporary Boutonniere
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