The last time you went to the grocery store, you may have picked up a bouquet of fresh flowers. You may have told your partner on the way home that you’re going to put them in a vase in the kitchen and have a photo shoot with your new best buds in the backyard. But, there’s one thing that’s been keeping you and your camera from creating magic: You might not know of any creative pictures to take with flowers outdoors or indoors.

Let’s plant a few ideas in your head, shall we? To start, take some time to consider where you want to set up your camera and tripod. If you have a whole photo shoot backdrop already put together in your backyard, you may want to toss on a summery outfit and hold your flowers against the plain sheet. On the contrary, if you’d rather take a quick mirror selfie on your way to your home office one morning, then you’ll likely want to get artsy with your reflection. Use some clear tape to create a DIY frame of petals on your mirror, or simply move your vase of peonies and roses to the counter.

The result will be inspired and turn your bathroom into a tropical, floral, and dreamy destination. You’ll adore editing the photos you get with the best presets for photos taken at home, too. Most notably, not a daisy will go by that you don’t want to take another one of these creative pics with flowers. 1. The “Flowers Tucked Into My Hair” Picture

Shutterstock The first of these picture ideas is the “Flowers Tucked Into My Hair” picture, and it’s so simple to put together. You just need to pluck a few buds from your garden or a bouquet of flowers, and delicately place them in your hair. You can tuck them into a braid, along your hairline, or behind your ears for a stunning selfie. 2. The “In My Natural Habitat” Picture

Surrounding yourself with flowers, especially in the summer or spring, can be easy. You can find them in fields where you have a socially distanced picnic with your BFF or positioned next to the mountains where you’re going camping. Channel the inner outdoors-lover in your for this picture, squat in a field of fresh flowers, and pop your head above the buds. 3. The “Laying With The Daisies” Picture

Even on the most cloudy days, you can lay with the daises and find some inner bliss. When you do, be sure to take this photo, which is essentially a bird’s eye view of you amongst all of the wildflowers in your local park or backyard. Stretch your arms above your head and toss a soft smile toward the lens. 4. The “Lots Of Lavender Here” Picture

Lavender fields are an Instagram hub, and you’ll want to check one out for the floral photo shoot of your dreams. Throw your mask in your bag along with your freshly-charged camera, and capture yourself […]