Elegant Wedding Florals Utah
Elegant wedding florals in Utah can be as beautiful as a bouquet of white flowers curated to create a chic look. When you think of elegant wedding florals for Utah weddings, what comes to mind? Is it lush, lavish blooms, or is it delicate florals of white and greenery for a sleek look? This beautiful bride’s wedding bouquet was crafted from orchids, sweet peas, and ranunculus. It is simplistic elegant, and sleek. While minimalist in nature, overall, it was an impactful wedding bouquet design that photographed beautifully.
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With classic white florals and rich green stems, the bride was photographed at the Utah State Capitol building, at sunset, for gorgeous wedding day portraiture. The building is open year-round from sunrise to sunset and provides a beautiful (free) backdrop for wedding day portraits. You’ll get to see how her elegant wedding florals seamlessly blended in with the backdrop of the Utah State Capitol Building in the photos below. However, most importantly, what you’ll notice is the way she carries her bouquet. I’m sharing a few simple tips on how to carry your elegant wedding florals for your Utah wedding, in the post below.
1) Belly Button Height
This is a make-or-break! We always tell our brides to carry their elegant wedding florals at belly button height. When making your way down the aisle at your Utah wedding, your elegant florals should be an extension of you. They should be seen, without distracting or obstructing. Belly button is the perfect height to carry your florals when approaching the altar!
2) By Your Side
There are a few ways to hold your elegant wedding florals by your side during your Utah wedding. But the two we typically recommend are pointed downward or pointed upward. The direction will depend on your particular arrangement, including the volume and size. But, for this particular bride, you can see how she was able to achieve both looks with her sleek florals.
3) Just Out of View
Your wedding flowers will be in your hand for your walk down the aisle and your wedding day photography. While they should be in some of your photos, they shouldn’t be the focal point of all of your photos. A great way to achieve this is to hold them just out of view.
4) Up Close & Personal
Your wedding photos will focus on your ring exchange, your engagement ring, and your bouquet. Working with your photographer to capture your rings and the delicacy of your florals together for a close-up shot is the perfect way to recall the details of your wedding bouquet.
5) Over Your Shoulder
Whether over your shoulder or over your head, this is such a fun and playful way to display your bouquet!
All Utah Wedding Photography by Branson Maxwell