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A halo of flowers: Popular bridal bouquet trend

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This new bridal bouquet trend has been our most requested wedding photo from brides this season! Take your wedding photos to the next level with this stunning portrait idea. We’ve included 15 photos of this trend from weddings this season, along with specific floral arrangement descriptions from the florists themselves!

How to do it? Have your bridal party position their bouquets around the bride’s face, and the photographer will know what to do! Whether your bouquets are designed by a local florist or a creative friend, this trend will showcase your one-of-a-kind bouquets and make for a portrait that you’ll cherish forever! We know you’re going to love this bridal bouquet trend!

Bridal Bouquet Trend Photos

This photo is from Kaitlin and Blake’s wedding at Court House Square Tacoma. Court House Square Tacoma is a historic event space, known for its versatility and charm. Due to this venue’s prime location, it would be a great choice for couples who want to elope. To learn about other stunning elopement locations, check out our blog! The bouquets in this photo were DIY by Kaitlin!

Athina Flora created these bouquets. Athina Flora is a floral and event design company located in Kirkland, WA. As a result of the d├ęcor and their beautiful venue, this bride and groom had a perfect day!

Betty at Daisy & Wish designed these gorgeous bouquets. Daisy & Wish is a full-service award-winning wedding floral studio. Daisy & Wish does not have a minimum order requirement. Therefore, they can do as much or as little as the client would like! These bouquets include white Playa Blanca roses, white Virgo Garden roses, white lisianthus, and gunnii eucalyptus. Betty wrapped the bouquets with white, double face satin ribbon streamers.

Erin from Camas Designs created these beautiful red bouquets. This photo is from Shannon and Jordan’s wedding at Roche Harbor Resort. These red bouquets are perfect for the bridal bouquet trend! Roche Harbor Resort is an incredibly beautiful venue with endless photo opportunities. In addition to photos, Shannon and Jordan booked us for videography of their wedding too.

This photo is from Brea and Noah’s wedding. Their venue was Bridal Veil Lakes. Bridal Veil Lakes is an extremely tranquil and stunning venue. As a result, Brea and Noah’s wedding photos turned out to be gorgeous!

This photo is from Alexa and Bahram’s wedding at Islandwood. Islandwood is a magical PNW wedding venue! Two interesting features at this venue are treehouses and a suspension bridge. These vibrant bouquets were DIY by Alexa! She created them using seasonal flowers from Pike Place Market.

Flora Blume designed these bouquets. This wedding took place at The Kelley Farm. We have photographed and filmed many weddings at The Kelley Farm, and it stands out as one of our favorite venues! Interested in this venue? Check out our recent blog post featuring The Kelley Farm.

Keira Grech Design Company created these stunning bouquets. The bouquets include toffee brown garden roses, gold colored ranunculus, burgundy scabiosa flowers, dried palms, copper cremones, pampas grass, and a gold painted anthurium.

When we asked Keira about her design process she said, “One special thing about the bouquet, is the bride gave me a bit of creative freedom with the design, and that’s where the gold painted anthurium came in. I used a marbling technique to give it that pretty boho meets elegant look. Giving your florist some creative freedom allows them to bring your design to the next level when creative inspiration hits!”

Shine Event Design provided full planning and design for this wedding! As a result, they developed “a day that beautifully bridged the summer and fall seasons with a combination of bright summer corals, pinks and creamy whites alongside fall’s terra cotta and rust tones!” The flowers used in these incredible bouquets are dahlias, David Austin roses, spray roses, lisianthus, astilbe and seeded eucalyptus.

This wedding venue is Trinity Tree Farm. You can learn more about the venue, and view the gallery from this wedding in our recent Trinity Tree Farm blog post!

Josie Hobbs at Appleway Florist created these bouquets for Maci and Jean-Paul. Their venue was Liberty Lake in WA. For more ideas on beautiful venues in Washington, check out our blog.

Katrina at Love Blooms Wedding and Event Design is to thank for these sweet bouquets! Love Blooms Wedding and Event Design is located in Snoqualmie, WA. They offer the convenience of many vendors within one company! For example, they offer event design, full-service coordination, wedding planning, and floral design! These bouquets were designed using peach roses, peach ranunculus, peach lisanthus, white roses and dahlias, and garden greens.

Katrina from Love Blooms Wedding and Event Design designed these bouquets too. She used white and blush roses, light pink roses, white hypericum, and silver and gunni eucalyptus.

Rebecca designed these bouquets herself! Her combination of eucalyptus, dahlias, roses, ranunculus, and carnations, created the perfect wild flower bouquet. This wedding was at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden is a beautiful venue in Portland, OR.

This photo is from Ashley & Jacob’s wedding! They got married at Mt View Orchards. At this venue there is truly incredible mountain views that will leave you speechless. As a result, there are endless opportunities for beautiful wedding portraits. Ashley’s bouquets were DIY!

Mani at Copper Blossom Design created these bouquets. She created the bouquets using brightly colored dahlias and ranunculus, white roses and scabiosa, and touches of blue delphinium and tweedia. Mani loved working with this couple and commented on how much she appreciated that they trusted her creative process and allowed her to “choose the flowers that would express their vision in the most beautiful way.”