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Groom wedding details arranged (boutonniere, light purple tie, gold ring, silver watch, leather dress shoes, and a small compass)

9 stunning wedding detail shots

Wedding detail shot inspiration and tips

After months of meticulous planning, you want to be sure your photographer captures all the classic wedding detail shots. Here are a few examples and ideas to help you write your detail shot checklist.

1.      The Rings

Two hexagon velvet ring boxes with a diamond engagement ring in one and a silver wedding band in the other

Photo: Mik & Max Photos

2.      Accessories

Groom wedding details arranged (boutonniere, light purple tie, gold ring, silver watch, leather dress shoes, and a small compass)

Photo: Sandra Armenteros Photography

Wedding bouquet, pearl wedding shoes, clear perfume bottle, and white wedding program arranged near a window

Photo: Alexis Christine Photography

3.      Bouquet

Bride from the waist down holding an orange wildflower bouquet and white cowboy hat

Photo: Becky Church Photography

4.      BoUtonniere

A man from the neck to the waist in a blue suit with a mustard tie and orange flower boutonniere

Photo: Jordan Yvonne Photography

5. Hair

Bride from the back with a dark bun and large flower hair piece

Photo: Khong M. Lee Photography

6. Ceremony Space

Copper pipe faux flower arch with brick background and silver chairs

Photo: Studio J Photography

7. Wedding signs

Unplugged wedding sign explaining no electronic devices are to be used during the wedding ceremony. The sign is decorated with faux flower sign swags

Photo: Sandra Armenteros Photography

8. Invitation Suite

Wedding invitation suite laid out on a concrete floor

Photo: Melanie Jean Photography

9. Reception centerpieces

Terracotta faux floral centerpiece on a long reception table with cream tented napkins and a plate of food

Photo: Studio J Photography

Preparing for wedding detail shots

The day of the wedding is often busy and chaotic. To ensure your photographer gets the detail shots you want, a little preparation will go a long way. We recommend:


  • Creating a checklist of your must-have detail shots
  • Gathering items for the detail shots in advance
  • Assigning a member of the wedding party the task of getting the items to the photographer
  • Asking your florist to deliver some florals to the bridal suite (including a few loose stems)
  • Scheduling time for detail shots in your wedding day timeline (about half an hour should be sufficient)

We love the artistic look and sentimental charm of detail shots. If you get a detail shot with Silk Stem florals in it, send it our way to be featured on our Real Weddings page at

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