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10 BOUQUET photos every bride should have taken on her wedding day

10 BOUQUET photos every bride should have taken on her wedding day


Written by Katie Byrne


Even if you're not planning to preserve your bouquet, you can still make sure its memory lives on long after your big day with these photography ideas!

 

 

#1 The bouquet-in-the-wild shot

Perfect for showing off your flowers in all their glory - find the perfect pretty spot at your venue in advance if you can! 

Photography: Tobiah & Laura Tayo; see more of Lauren and Raj's wedding here.

#2 The all-together shot

Your bouquet, plus the bridesmaids' bouquets, looking gorgeous in a group.  

Photography: Heather Shuker; see more of Amy and Andrew's wedding here.

#3 The bouquet + accessories photo

Whether it's your shoes, jewellery or veil, a photo of your bridal finishing-touches is an essential! 

Image: Lauren Fair Photography; see more of Crystal and Nick's wedding here.

#4 The close-up

Your bouquet will be packed with beautiful details so make sure you get them all in there.

Photography: Anna Morgan; see more of Hayley and Paul's wedding here.

#5 And make sure you get a close-up with your bridesmaids' posies, too! 

Photography: Julia and You; see more of Emma and Jon's wedding here.

#6 ...And one of the bridesmaids' bouquets on their own, too.

Gorgeous!

Photographer: Kerry Ann Duffy; see more of Anya and William's wedding here.

#7 If you've opted for something a little alternative...

...Make sure you get those details preserved, too!

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#8 The groom-holding-the-blooms shot

Super-cute, no?

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#9 The hide-and-seek shot

Too cute (though spare anyone who suffers from hayfever!).

Photography: : Craig & Eva Sanders; see more of Sarah and Gareth's wedding here.

#10 The bouquet throw shot

An essential - ask one of your bridal party to help organise people into a gaggle beforehand.

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