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Planning & Inspiration

Bridesmaid Bouquet Photos: Gather Your Girls

pink bridesmaids bouquets

One wedding photo that always makes us smile is the bridesmaids’ bouquet shot. Being surrounded by best friends and sisters is a beautiful moment for brides and good wedding photographers make sure to capture it. Formal wedding party portraits are classic, and playful or candid pictures are perfect for capturing personalities. But we have a soft spot for pictures of brides and bridesmaids posing close together, holding out bouquets to form a giant cluster of flowers.
We suggest asking your wedding photographer to take three types of bridesmaids photos: classic wedding-party portraits suitable for framing, shots that show off your wedding flowers, such as the clustered poses pictured here, and some wildcard photos of you and your girls being silly. Group leaps and jumps are popular for capturing that exhilarating wedding joy. Faux sexy-serious poses are also entertaining. What you want is wedding photos that reflect the spirit of your particular friendships. But if your group is having trouble letting loose, ask your wedding photographer for suggestions. Being directed to twirl, form a kick-line or throw all bouquets into the air will probably result in lots of laughter. And those may turn out to be your favorites.
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Planning & Inspiration

Blush Bouquets Under the Brooklyn Bridge


New York City brides, get ready to be inspired! We loved bringing this bride’s vision of classic, feminine wedding flowers to life in a color palette of blush, cream and white. A reception venue right on the Brooklyn waterfront in Williamsburg gave the celebration (and the photos!) a stunning skyline-view backdrop.

To create rounded, compact bouquets, we used petal-dense roses, garden roses and ranunculus. The sweet flower girl carried a pomander ball of carnations. Lush, tall centerpieces set the mood at Giando on the Water. Loosely arranged white hydrangea and ranunculus, blush stock and garden roses and cream roses were loosely arranged in trumpet vases. Cascading burgundy amaranthus and candles in crystal added over the top romance.
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