What’s hot for florals? Elegant and precise bouquets are usually worn by summer brides to be a little more wild and rural looking in the fall. They take their own natural forms with some wildflowers and seasonal fillers, such as hay and berries, and the color palette shifts to a more moody combination of gem tones. We find beautiful (and trendy) autumn bouquets to inspire your style, complete with the flowers used in each bunch so you can tell your florist exactly what you are looking for.
Forget the bouquet throw! You won’t want to let go of this beautiful autumn wedding bouquet, let alone throw one across the reception hall. Filled with rich colors and textures, this autumn wedding flower arrangement captures the spirit of the season not to mention the romance of your big day.
From bold blooms in classic palettes to exotic flowers with deep and rich colors, brides fall lucky because they have the best of all blooms to choose from. Celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh is very fond of working with large and dramatic flowers that are in season during the fall, including dahlias, amaryllis, and peonies, which she calls “the queen of all flowers.”
If you have a wedding fall in the works and are not sure what to do about flowers first, we have a few suggestions: Embrace the spirit, texture, and color this season. This is an amazing time this year, so it’s likely that the scenery will be enough to impress your guests, but the right style of bouquet is still a big problem.
Autumn is synonymous with bold colors, fallen leaves and organic soil from the fall harvest. This is one of our favorite seasons for weddings, although I think we are biased only because of the different color palettes that are suitable for autumn weddings.