How to attach a wedding buttonhole or corsage.
Updated: Jan 10, 2019
Buttonholes and corsages are an integral part of a wedding day and with a vast array of styles and colours they make for beautiful details for photographers like myself to capture. However they can sometimes cause confusion and I know that I am not the only wedding photographer to be asked to assist on a wedding day, demonstrating how to attach a buttonhole or explaining on which side or which way up a man's buttonhole or ladies corsage should go.
With this in mind I approached Catherine McIlrow of Forever Intertwined to assist with creating my latest free advice photofilm for couples planning their wedding day. Catherine was the floral designer for Gill and Keith's winter wedding at Nunsmere Hall which I photographed in December 2016 so I knew that she would be the ideal person for this demonstration.
Catherine is an expert in floral design for weddings and she was kind enough to record a second film offering advice for couples on things to consider when choosing your wedding flowers and collaborating with you florist. This second film will be published shortly on the PK Photography blog so please sign up for updates to ensure that you don't miss Catherine's informative film.
How to attach your wedding buttonhole or corsage.
I must say a huge thank you to Catherine from Forever Intertwined for her time and expert advice and remember that you can view more advice videos covering subjects including bridal make up and wedding dresses here on the PK Photography blog, just click on the 'Wedding day tips and advice' category to see the films currently available with more to follow soon.
And if you're looking for a wedding photographer then please view my main web site at www.paulkytephotography.com to see more examples of my photography. You can also contact me on 07969 054778 or email: email@example.com and search for 'Paul Kyte Photography' on Facebook and Instagram.
All photos featured taken by Paul Kyte Photography, for more details about Forever Intertwined Bespoke Floral Design please visit: www.foreverintertwined.com