Lego boutonnieres

Updated Oct 12 2015

Check out Tribe member SamIAm Lego boutonnieres that she DIY'd for all the groomsman, the groom, and their dads!


They're pretty freaking cool, huh!? Yeah, they're even cuter close up. Oh, did I say "cuter?" I meant freaking bad freaking ASS!

SDC10756I love the best man's boutonniere — Indie Lego for the win!

This is the groom's boutonniere — all he asked for was "a General."

Samantha even made Lego boutonnieres for their dads as well…
Both the dads have the same Lego guy, but with the hat's plumage going in the opposite direction.

I love this idea, I love Lego and I love crafty OBBs!

  1. Ooooooh my gosh, I wish I'd thought of this for our wedding last year! Hubby is basically a big kid and still gets excited about Legos. Love it!

  2. Man!
    I was so busy around the end of July I TOTALLY missed this post! Just saw it today! Sweet! Thanks for all the comments and compliments…etsy shop…..not a bad idea! I never thought anybody would get *that much* of a kick out of 'em.

  3. Hi, I recently purchased Star Wars' legos for boutonnieres, but have no clue how to make them. Is there a tutorial?

  4. Love this idea. Def going to do this. Was looking for something different and this is perfect! Would love to know how she did it. Did you use the key chain Lego guys or the packaged ones?

    • Just answered one of my questions, looking at my sons key chain, you wouldn't to use because there is a hook at the top. So it is def the mini figurines that you use

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