Wedding Bouquet Photos – Millgrove Photography Top 5
Hi everyone, I thought I’d do a quick post on some of our favourite wedding bouquet photos from the last few years. That is, the ones that we’ve taken – check out Pinterest if you want to see all the thousands of amazing ones other photographers have captured. Over the nearly 200 weddings we’ve covered in the last 4 years, these are some of our favourites.
Some are big, some are small, and one may not even be “real” … but they are all absolutely beautiful. So here is our list of our Top 5 Wedding Bouquet shots – for the moment! 🙂
Casey’s beautiful native bouquet
Casey and Luke got married almost a year ago to the day, and we’ve absolutely loved this bouquet from the minute we saw it. I don’t really know much about the names for these flowers, but those big bold colours and unmistakeable natives made this a perfect bouquet for their wedding, held at the historic Emu Bottom homestead.
Gretta’s gorgeous red and pink bouquet
Another bouquet featuring red flowers and natives as well, we love how this arrangement with roses and orchids is framed with a collection of gum leaves and ferns – again a great fit for the venue celexa side effects kidney stones which was Ballara Receptions.
Jess’s pastel roses
Something more traditional here for Jess and her wedding with Dave at Yarra Ranges Estate. Really soft and beautiful little bouquet bound up with some rustic string – I thought they looked great against the polished boards.
Rachel’s soft and gentle beach bouquet
Loved Rachel’s collection of different sized flowers in soft tones to match the rest of the laid-back wedding – and the setting against the beach worked great with the very cute couple in the background.
Amy’s ultra-modern stainless steel bouquet
This shot is from one of my very first weddings, and I still really like the shot as well as the bouquet. I still use this in some promotional materials and it always gets commented on. Even though they’re not real, the bouquet does have certain advantages – it will never fade, never lose its leaves, and I haven’t seen another one like it since – definitely deserving of making this list.