Bridal Bouquets

Bouquet Portraits Preserve Beautiful Memories That Will Last A Lifetime

 It is a true pleasure to play a part in a couples wedding. For years I was honored to do this as a professional photographer. Currently, I love to paint a significant piece of the newlyweds wedding day. The bridal bouquet!

My paintings are very impressionistic and colorful, and it is such a joy for me to see the bridal arrangements come to life in my art! Typically, I paint them on french cotton paper with acrylic and gouache paints, which include many textural layers. My favorite size to paint these special bouquet portraits in is 9″ x 12″. This size is so convenient for the couple to pick the perfect ready made frame for. Or they could have a professional preserve the art under glass with a mat and frame, one that matches the bride and grooms taste and home decor.

The investment for a 9″ x 12″ (includes a 1/4 inch white border) bridal bouquet is $175.00. I request a $75.00 deposit, with the remaining balance due upon my completion of the project. Include with this, is a set of 10 greeting cards that have the couples painting printed on them!

If you would like to commission me for a “bouquet portrait” please feel free to reach out to me on my Contact page. I look forward to hearing from you!


Laura's Wedding Bouquet
Laura and Travis were married out in an amazing natural field! Laura rode in on a horse drawn carriage! It was beautiful, as was she! 

Lindsay’s Wedding Bouquet
Lindsay’s fresh and lovely bridal bouquet continues to live on in the painting that I created from a photo of her wedding bouquet.
Anna’s Wedding Bouquet
Anna’s gorgeous arrangement was put together by Lyndsay Mann of Broken Oak Acres. The photography was by Amber Enos Photography. They both did such a lovely job on this arrangement. So fun to paint this one!
Kayla’s Wedding Bouquet
Kayla’s sister in law did an amazing job putting her bouquet together for her lovely wedding. What a joy to be able to paint her arrangement.
Lyndsay’s Wedding Bouquet
Lyndsays bouquet was full of freesia, wild roses and peonies. I can just imagine the fragrance!