Floral Wedding Photography
Ask the wedding photographers; they shall agree that bridal bouquets (or the floral arrangements in the wedding hall) are the prime focus in a wedding. But flowers do not shape the wedding; it’s the theme that does it. Wedding flowers, therefore, must be selected following the theme you are choosing for your wedding. Once that’s taken care of, the rest is a piece of cake.
- Decoration with Flowers
Let’s take the extreme case; you are making the theme rotate around the selection of wedding flowers. Most people, in that case, choose daisies or roses, but when it’s regarding choosing the colors, styles and types, people get confused. Therefore, before you focus on the decoration with flowers, you must also determine if it’s going to be bouquets or single flowers?
- How to choose wedding flowers for different seasons
The plus point for choosing the current seasonal flower is that your wedding flowers are going to be fresh. Therefore, please follow the list provided underneath for choosing your wedding flowers for a particular season:
- For winter: Calla Lily, Camellia, Forget-Me-Not, Holly, Ivy, Poinsettia and Tulip.
- For spring: Anemone, Apple Blossom, Calla Lily, Daffodil, Forsythia, Geranium, Hyacinth, Lilac, Magnolia, Narcissus and Tulip.
- For summer: Calla Lily, Daisy, Hydrangea, Forget-Me-Not and Zinnia (red, orange, or pink)
- For fall: Chrysanthemum, Dahlia, Marigold and Zinnia.
- Photography of wedding flowers
Wedding photography looks its best when there remain present colorful wedding accents. And when it is about colors, flowers prove to be the best. Including colorful flowers in the photographs create the backdrop and ambience no other medium can produce. Therefore, before putting up your festive wedding décor, always fix a meeting between your florist, your decorator and your chosen wedding photographer to create the best of outputs.