When we think of fall, we think of fall foliage. The changing colors of the leaves and harvest hues embody the autumnal months. How can you achieve wedding florals that feel fantastically fall without carrying a bunch of maple leaves down the aisle? We've got the answers. Here are some inspired ways to achieve the perfect fall florals.
Warm colors add coziness to cool weather weddings. Deep reds and purples, amber oranges, and even yellow evoke the season. Fall minimalists will love rust-colored foliage with white flowers for understated fall arrangements.
Texture is a key element for fall flowers. Choose a wild, slightly rustic shape. Seasonal flowers like chrysanthemums, anemones, dahlias, asters, leaves, berries, and various grasses fit the bill nicely. Modern fall bouquets and arrangements have earthy, rustic additions. Sicks, twine, and feathers have all been spotted in some of the prettiest bouquets.
Because fall is a transitional season, you can keep lighter shades like mint and lavender and then work in fall textures. Think: velvety lamb's ears and seasonal berries. The surprise of this contrast heightens its allure.
Whatever floral or color combination you choose, you can ties it off with a silk ribbon. This pretty addition brings a little romance into the arrangement, especially for darker, moodier color schemes.