Five Fall Wedding Floral Ideas Brides Loveby Shelby Shy on August 11, 2011 at 9:53 am
Fall is around the corner, and save-the-date cards are flying all over our calendar. Here are five wedding ideas brides love this autumn:
Bring a little nature into your wedding. Incorporate pheasant feathers, wheat, berries, whatever your heart desires. Decorate the aisle with fall leaves sporadically placed to tie into the fall wedding theme.
You can incorporate a few exotic flowers and not lose the fall look. This bridal hand-tied bouquet is filled with orange mokara orchids, circus roses and miniature rust calla lilies.
Not all fall weddings have to be in a darker color palette. Brighten up your fall by using all white florals. Line the aisle with all white calla lilies and hydrangeas as well as fill the altar with arrangements abundant with calla lilies. As guests enter the reception, greet them with white phaloenophosis orchids flowing out of glass pilsners and clusters of calla lilies under water.
A venue where you can showcase the season inside and out, such as a restored bed and breakfast and barn, makes for a perfectly themed fall ceremony and reception. Bring the outside in with large trees, and focus the flowers on the altar. If pink is your favorite color, add the leucadendron, monkey tail and hypericum berries to the bouquets and boutonnieres’ for a fall spin.
Dahlias scream fall. They are beautiful, especially in bridal and bridesmaid bouquets. Here are hand-tied bouquets filled with dahlias, parrot tulips, green berries, circus roses and freesia with some monkey tail added for a little wispy.
Tell me, what are you favorite floral ideas for fall weddings?