Fall wedding arrangements
Nature provides so many wonderful colors to draw inspiration from when putting
together your fall wedding palette. There are rich and vibrant hues, as well as soft
and muted hues; colors like mustard and butter yellow, fiery orange, ivory, burgundy, fiery red and deep purple. The season brings these stunning colors together with layered textures; imagine a forest floor of leaves, pine cones, twigs and pine needles.
Here are 5 in-season flower arrangements that may just suit your fall wedding
This arrangement of romantic roses, Camellias (symbols of loveliness and beauty),
Dusty Miller and Eucalyptus is ideal for a vintage-themed autumnal wedding. Striking reds mixed with pastel pinks create a passionate mix.
The pastel hues of the coral blossom arrangement are soft and feminine. The
greenery adds freshness and a touch of modernity. The overall effect is elegant and
sophisticated; a dance of graceful garden roses, sweet-scented Camellias,
Whimsical Scabiosa flowers (also known as pin cushions: to add a touch of wild and rustic charm) and classic Eucalyptus.
A happy arrangement of cheerful blooms showing off the classic colors of fall;
sublime sunflowers, fresh greenery, and rich plum and burnt orange blooms. This
arrangement will add an extra splash of brightness to your special day. Brighten up
you wedding aisle with autumn sunrise aisle markers, or add a touch on sunshine to your tables with autumn sunrise garlands.
This royal mix is like a delicious glass of red wine next to the fire on a chilly evening.
It’s a bold arrangement with deep burgundy and playful peach blooms, and soft
greens. An exotic mix of African Proteas, velvet touch Scabiosas, peach garden
roses and burgundy Calla lilies make this a striking arrangement to compliment a
This classic arrangement of ivory and ice whites is an assortment of roses, Calla
lilies, Hydrangeas, and Eucalytus. It will never get old. Crown the day with purity
flower wreaths for your bridesmaids, and let your floral arch boast about its beautiful bride.
You can also add in-season fruit and vegetables — like pumpkins, apples and
quinces — to your centerpiece arrangements. And if you’re looking for rustic charm, add wildflowers and grasses to your fall wedding arrangements.