Updated: Jan 9
let's talk a little bit about the bridal bouquet. The bridal bouquet is a collection of flowers held by the bride as she walks down the aisle. It's meant to be a complementary addition to the overall theme of the wedding and the style of her dress.
I really do love taking pics of them at every wedding. Every woman loves flowers, not only to receive them as a gift, to decorate her home, or to wear but even more so, as a bouquet to carry and compliment her wedding gown on one of the most memorable days of her life. The bridal bouquet is an essential part of a modern bride's outfit, whether it be a lavish opulent affair or a simple garden wedding at the family home. It is true that flowers add visual beauty and a touch of romance to a wedding, but there are deeper reasons for their presence.
However, in modern times, charming as they may have seemed, the old traditions have been almost forgotten, with brides now selecting flowers for the beauty of their colors, fragrance, and shape. The bouquet is the bride's ultimate accessory and greatly adds to the overall appearance of the day. The bride's selected blooms are a way for her to express her personal style, taste, and personality and an essential complement to her gown.