Wedding Bouquet Ideas and Wedding Photography

June 4, 2013

Wedding Bouquets don’t have to be predictable roses, lilies and other popular flowers. The unique Allium is a magical, unique flower than will stun your guests. It also makes for stunning wedding photography

Wedding Photography

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This is an interesting quote from WantThat Wedding;

‘Morning lovelies! I have a serious addiction. A full on obsession, and I’m sure you’re probably suffering from the same beautiful plight! Pinterest-initous. Sufferers are known to spend hours ‘pinning’ beautiful images to their virtual mood boards and can often be found pining {and re-pinning} highly sought after images. Yes, I’m talking about pinterest. God love it. It’s such a fantastic resource for planning your wedding and I love pinning everything.  It can be a tad frustrating however when you ‘pin’ something gorgeous yet you’ve no idea how to recreate said beauty!

Simple and elegant bouquet for your wedding day

December 21, 2012

For a simple and elegant look, the bride chose these flowers for her wedding day bouquet. They are a type of tulip most likely with some not quite in bud yet and a few have younger green stems. I think this makes for a very tasteful look.



Wedding flowers

December 10, 2012


Roses are very popular but the soft shades make this an even bigger favourite

The flowers the bride chose for her wedding here were one of the best I ever seen, and really helped in the photography. Having decided on the colour scheme that your wedding is going to have then the flowers is the 2nd decision to be made after your dress and bridesmaids dresses have been chosen

The wedding flowers must compliment the dress so don’t have over-powering colours or an un-gainly size. You’ll be carrying the little treasure a long time so don’t make it too heavy or unmanageable. Think of the auxiliary flowers; the bridesmaids, button holes and venue flowers. Will you be able to match the colours of  them with your own colours?

Having a mix of colours can help to combine them with the dress. In this case, white, is obviuosly the easiest colour. Two colours is usually the most to use that looks good, plus white or green. The diamonds in the centre add that something special. I’ve seen other additional items in a bouquet such as twigs (willow?) but I’m not sure if that works in the arms of a bride.

For inspiration, I have found very helpful. My nearest is in Twickenham.