World’s First Bouquet Camera

A San Diego based couple came up with a creative way to capture how the bride experienced the wedding day by hiding a camera inside her bouquet. The couple was able to get unique shots like how the guests reacted during the ceremony, as well as get a close up perspective of the couple at the altar while the maid-of-honor held the bouquet for the bride.

To pull it off the couple used a white GoPro HD Hero 2, which was tucked amongst the flowers, and the couple said guests hardly noticed the button sized lens.

This may be the world’s first bouquet camera, but it seems like such a cool idea that it’s bound to catch on!

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