Here are some shots from a bridal shoot we did with photographer Elizabeth Alison Sensing. As you scroll, you can see all the different ways we incorporated our floral theme – with bouquets, boutonnières, hair accessories, ect. Take a look and enjoy!
Here are the bouquets we did: very traditional, with the bridesmaids’ being smaller replicas of the bride’s. We wrapped them in lace for an elegant finish.
Here’s a closer look at the bouquets. In order to focus on the roses themselves, we kept the greens to a minimum and tucked them in beneath the flowers.
Here’s a close-up of our bride’s bouquet. Simple, classic, and elegant.
One of our stunning bridesmaids!
Isn’t she the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? Ok, I might be a little biased, as she is my daughter, but seriously . . . We made her a flower crown, tied in the back with a bow, that complimented the bride’s flowers.
Here’s a closer view on the crown. Isn’t it darling?
We created this headband by covering a few greens with white rose buds. It compliments her bouquet, but doesn’t compete with it.
Here’s the side view. We wanted to create something that was full, but didn’t distract from the bride herself.
One of my favorite parts of a wedding is when the bride and groom cut their cake. We accented these ones with white roses and white dahlias to fit into the white floral theme.
And here they are, cutting their cake!
It doesn’t actually get a whole lot cuter than this!
This is an alternative to a traditional bouquet. We incorporated more greens so it would droop over her arm, and it adds sweet, elegant charm.
We also threw in an alternative to the white roses. Although the white ones were soft and classy, the pink ones add a pop of color that is quite charming.
And here’s a closer look.
That’s a wrap! I hope you enjoyed this bridal shoot as much as we did! Weddings are always so exciting, and flowers add the perfect finishing touch. The great thing about flowers is their versatility: you can dress them up or down and use them for anything, from headbands to bouquets to cake toppers. I hope you had fun looking through these photos, and feel free to post a comment or contact me with any questions. Contact info is on the