3 Tips on How to Hold Your Bridal Bouquet
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November 7, 2019

3 Tips on How to Hold Your Bridal Bouquet

It's your BIG day and you're about to walk down the aisle. You're nervous and keep repeating to yourself "walk slowly" and "don't trip," and you forget how to hold your beautiful bouquet. 

We've seen several brides looking scared and tense while holding their bridal bouquet at or above chest level when walking down the aisle. It's ok to be nervous but holding your wedding flowers incorrectly can ruin most if not all of your pictures. 

Here are 3 tips on how to hold your bridal bouquet with grace and elegance. 

1. Face the best side of the bouquet towards the crowd. It's just as simple as that. Also, make sure to slightly tilt the bouquet away from you so your guests and the photographer can get a good view of your wedding flowers. 

2. Keep your bridal bouquet low. The tip of your thumb should be parallel to your belly button. Keeping your bouquet low creates a slimming figure and good posture since your neck and arms are relaxed. 

3. Have good posture and smile. I know what you're thinking. "Duh." It's obvious, but so many brides forget to stand straight and smile because they're so nervous. Standing up straight with your beautiful blooms makes it easier to hold the bouquet at waistline level. You'll also look gorgeous. After all, your the queen of the day. 




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