The Best Bouquets: Flower Arrangements for Fall Weddings

2018-09-27T19:23:30+00:00September 27, 2018|Tags: , , , |

Few brides as are as lucky as those who say “I do” in fall when it comes to creative, colorful floral accoutrements. From bold bouquets to exotic arrangements, autumn weddings provide the perfect palette for drama and romance. Take a look at some of our favorite flower combinations to accentuate autumn vows:

Sunflower Daydreams

Pay homage to the final days of summer by adding bursts of yellow to your bouquet with well-placed sunflowers. The bright blooms emphasize the more traditional fall colors while also adding a sweet nostalgia to the mix.

Early Winter Bouquets

Truly, though, it’s never too early for winter … winter whites, that is! Enhance the romance of your wedding day with an all-white bouquet of roses, lilies and dusty miller. A departure from autumn’s traditionally bolder hues, this arrangement is sure to make a dramatic, beautiful and unique statement.

Textured Leaves and Peonies

Take a cue from the “I leaf you” season and enhance your traditional peony bouquet with beautifully colored and extraordinarily textured leaves. After all, they’re as beautiful as the flowers at this time of year. Choose yellow peonies for a consistent look or purple blooms for contrast.

Golden Orchids

Take your love for the quintessential simple bloom up a notch with this luxurious bouquet. The rich, pleasant colors will be sure to stand out against your wedding white while also amplifying the warmth of nature’s surrounding colors.

 Blooms, Branches and Berries

You can borrow an idea from the birds without risking a bouquet that resembles a bird’s nest! With the right colors and arrangement, a bouquet that features simple flowers, unique branches and bright berries can be a beautiful representation of the season’s (and your love’s) bounty. Consider a robust arrangement of ranunculus, lilac, tulips and anemones.

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