Fall Wedding Flowers Trends

Fall Florals

Unlike summer and spring wedding blooms, fall weddings bring on a whole new scheme of color and texture to make your wedding that much more intriguing. Here are a few fall wedding flower trends that will help guide you to a stylish fall wedding!

Texture– Adding textured flowers and elements is a great addition to your wedding! Lush, richly deep hued arrangements is one of the hottest fall wedding trends. For your centerpiece, in place of two or three different blooms opt for a wide range of flowers coordinated with your color scheme. An example of this could be a base of classical flowers such as hydrangeas and roses and add beautiful coxcomb, hanging amaranthus, and kale into your arrangement. Try adding non floral accents such as hypericum berries, lotus pods, fiddlehead ferns, or even dusty miller to make your arrangements more chic and fall wedding ready!

Rich Hues- Classical flowers in rich hues are the epitome of fall wedding flowers. Texture might be key, but classical flowers like elegant dahlias and roses in deep, dramatic shades that are in autumn hues are very popular in fall weddings. For more of an adventurous arrangement try unexpected colors like copper, forest green, or aubergine in your blooms. Other fall flowers that can go great with your fall wedding theme are antique hydrangeas in a green or purple tone and calla lilies in deep crimson.

Polished Wedding Bouquet– Autumn wedding bouquets can be more structured and refined unlike summer or spring weddings where the bouquets are more loosely tied. The bouquets can be in the color schemes of red, plum, and green in a round like shape that’s densely packed. Stems should be cut short and instead of having them exposed, wrap the stems in textured fabrics, ribbons, or velvet sashes. As for boutonnieres, they can be polished with a satin ribbon or burlap around the stems.

Plants- A popular landscaping trend for centerpieces at fall weddings are succulents. They add a great accent with their deep fall colors like aubergine, cactus green, and pomegranate. Succulents also mix well with flowers since they have leaves that look like petals.

For a tasteful Autumn wedding with rich hues of fall blooms that have great texture call Flou(-e)r at 617-514-3756 today to set up an appointment with us! We can help you arrange the perfect blooms for your Autumn themed wedding.