Bridal Bouquet

Bridal Bouquet
Flower Selection (Flower Selection): The bride’s favorite flower is often used in her bouquet. These flowers like his personality and are his love. Often a mixed bouquet includes flowers of different colors that match with your outfit and wedding color.

Here are some important details:

Favorite Flower:

The bride has chosen her favorite flower. Some brides like only one type of flower, like red rose, white lily, or yellow rose.

Color Matching:

The bride chooses matching flower colors with her outfit and wedding color. The mail of Rango brings liveliness and beauty.

Accessories:

Accessories like ribbon, beads, and crystals are used to make the bouquet more beautiful. This gives a feminine and graceful look to the bouquet.

Brooches:

Some brides use brooches in bouquets. Many different designs are found in these brooches.

Feathers:

Some brides decorate their bouquets with feathers. Feathers give a bohemian or whimsical look to the bouquet.

Personal Touch:

Giving a personal touch to the bouquet is important for the bride. Some brides include small photos or a few unique accessories in their bouquet. Some brides are incorporating that personal touch into their bouquets:

Small Photos:

Some brides have placed small photos of their loved ones in their bouquet.

Embroidery:

Some brides use embroidery on their bridal bouquet.

Family Heirlooms:

Some brides use a personal heirloom item in their bouquet.

Tradition:

There is a tradition of different types of bouquets in different traditions and cultures.

These are the main traditions:

Putting the bouquet at a temple or a pilgrimage site: In some traditions, the bride puts her bouquet at a temple, a pilgrimage site, or a Gurudwara after the wedding. Sharing the bouquet among the guests: Some brides are sharing their bouquet among the guests on their wedding day. This makes a flower in the bouquet or a memorable gift for guests. Some brides keep their bouquet by preserving it. For this, by drying or pressing the bouquet, one can feel its original form.

Close-Up Shots:

Capturing the bride’s bouquet in close-up shots highlights the flowers and detailing of the bouquet.

Natural Light:

It is better to use natural light in bouquet photography. The flowers of your bouquet will look vivid and natural in natural light.