Beau Buttons ~ Button Bouquets ~ New {www} Sponsor

Image (c) Haywood Jones Photography


Afternoon lovelies :-) I am so thrilled to be introducing one of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings latest sponsors and family member, the amazing Emma from Beau Buttons.

I have actually met Emma before, who is a beautiful soul and a very talented lady. I actually featured her inspiration shoot earlier in the year too. Emma created the most amazing bespoke button bouquets, and having seen and held them in the flesh i can vouch for just how amazing they are.

They really are an heirloom piece which will just make your wedding day look. Anyway enough from me…..


{w} Hi Emma, could you firstly tell {www} readers a little bit about you?

Ok, a little bit about me… My name is Emma Lyth and I am the owner of I am a mother of two beautiful children (one pink one blue) and most recently a happy wife to my Canadian husband!

Beaubuttons is a bespoke service offering brides custom made bridal bouquets made from gorgeous vintage, handmade and modern buttons and brooches. All my bouquets are individual one-off designs that can be created in a variety of colour schemes or wedding themes and styles.


{w} What do you love/dislike about your job?

I love hearing the reaction of my brides once they have received their bouquets. It makes me smile so much to hear their excitement and I feel ever so proud that I have played a part in that.

I very much enjoy working closely with my brides (and sometimes grooms!) to see the first sparks of inspiration transform through the design process and into a beautiful product that will be with a bride on her wedding day.

Working for yourself inevitably involves a heavy work load and long hours, but when you’re doing something you genuinely love, it doesn’t matter at all.


Image (c) Claire Graham Photography


{w} How did you get into the wedding industry?

I would say that I have always been involved in creative industries. With a background in Contemporary dance and costume construction I have always had a passion for creating things of beauty. However the moment I fell madly in love with the wedding industry was the moment I became engaged myself. Weddings are truly an addictive business!



Image (c) Lissa Alexandra Photography


{w} What do you aim to achieve for your clients?

Bespoke, high quality items that reflect the style of a couples day. Beautiful items that are personal to each bride and groom and can be treasured forever as a keepsake from their wedding.

All of this I achieve through a thoughtful service in which I take the time to listen to my couples needs and wishes, take on board feedback and strive to achieve a close working relationship.

Planning a wedding is an exciting experience and I aim to match this in my enthusiasm for my bouquets!


Image (c) Sharon Cooper Photography


{w} What style is your work?

Quirky, unusual, whimsical button bouquets influenced and consisting of vintage treasures. I often draw inspiration from bygone eras, the twenties and fifties in particular.


 Image (c) Haywood Jones Photography


{w} Could you tell us some information about your packages/prices?


My large bridal bouquets range between £150 and £240.

Bridesmaid and flower girls bouquets are between £60 and £120 depending on size.

I also offer bouquet package deals for multiple bouquet and buttonhole orders. These are bespoke depending on number of items and style of bouquets chosen.


Image (c) Haywood Jones Photography


{w} Do you have any tips for couples in selecting wedding suppliers?

The Internet is a wonderful thing! I’m sure that many brides-to-be have lost many an hour spent researching ideas for their weddings on the Internet. Read testimonials and use recommended suppliers from trusted blogs such as WWW. It is so important that your supplier ‘gets’ what you are trying to achieve so email or call a few to see whom you build a rapport with. In the end I would say trust your instinct… it’s a wonderful thing at guiding us.


{w} How can we get in touch with you?


E: [email protected]


T: 07939062358


Twitter. @Beaubuttons


Thanks so so much to Emma!! It’s been amazing getting to know you :-) Please do go and check out Emma’s site, her bouquets are just stunning!! :-) XOXO Lou

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  • Ah, I really love non-flower takes on bouquets and these are lovely and how cute are the buttonholes?!

  • This could not have come up at a better time! Bride who does not want a bouquet of flowers. I have just sent her the link. Stunning work!

  • thanks so much girls, great news Kelly :-) xx

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