Fall florals will feature both moody hues and rich jewel tones, tousled in overgrown arrangements. Burgundy dahlias paired with pale pink roses and dusty blue fillers like thistle and delphinium, will be framed by wild, textured greens and branches. Pops of color will draw inspiration from the sunset, with shades of fuschia and burnt orange. Here are a few color, arrangement and flower trends you can expect to see at fall weddings!
Fall Flower Trends
Colors, Arrangements and Blooms
Expect to see dark blooms in shades of wine and velvet this fall, paired with forest greens and chocolate accents.
While dusty rose and pale blush still reign supreme in the world of flowers, we’re seeing a similar hue in baby blues!
Mixed with some of the moody trend, jewel tones are making a serious comeback this season with brilliant shades of fushcia, plum and emerald!
You’ll be sure to see a few brides sticking to basics, while embracing the greenery trend, with white or cream blooms surround by lush greens.
Warm sun-kissed blooms in shades of orange, bronze and peach will be a lighter variation to some of the desert inspired bouquets we can expect to see this year.
The bigger the better, expect to see whimsical, overgrown bouquets in the hands of brides this fall.
DIY Your Own Dusty Blue Bouquet Using Eucalyptus and Thistle
Garland Table Runners
Not only do we love the concept of a long communal table over the traditional round set up, garland table runners give such a lush, elegant and contemporary look in lieu of centerpieces.
Brides are opting for simple, delicate bouquets using only a few stems to make a statement on their special day.
We love the majestic, ornate look of a tall trumpet centerpiece. They’re also great for conversations because you never have to worry about flowers blocking your guests!
While flower walls are still a jaw dropping statement piece, the sky’s the limit with hanging arrangements! Enchant your guests with whimsical floating flowers and carnation chandeliers!
Dahlias are a bride favorite that are only growing more popular with new color varieties this season!
Probably one the most popular greens for weddings, eucalyptus comes in a few varieties and can even be used alone for a modern look.
Wedding Flower Favorite: Eucalyptus
Don’t be surprised if you see tropical flora like protea, anthurium and tepee at an October wedding! Brides are bringing elements of the tropics to their mainland weddings.
You read that right, produce has become a trendy accent in floral arrangements and we don’t see it leaving anytime soon. Artichokes, pomegranates and kale won’t just be items on your plate this wedding season.
Peonies have been having a moment for what seems like years, and truth be told, we still can’t get over their fluffy, ruffled petals! Peonies are still very popular in weddings, but we predict they’ll be paired with more textured flowers for a more unique look.
We love the lush look of this dusty blue bouquet! Perfect for the bride who wants overflowing greenery paired with soft neutrals and pale blue ! Learn how to make your own using baby blue eucalyptus, thistle and white football mums!
Our “Behind The Bloom” series gives our customers a chance to share their special stories and DIY experiences. Today’s Behind The Bloom is Terrah, the winner of our #MyFavoriteBlooms2 Sweepstakes who had her June wedding at Stonehouse Gardens in the Hudson Valley. Her wedding featured gorgeous hydrangea centerpieces and peony bouquets bursting with bright colors.
Southern Lifestyle Brand
‘Black Southern Bride’
Features DIY Floral Arrangement Tips
Who doesn’t love a sweet Southern Belle? We sure do! From elaborate dinner table centerpieces to stunning wedding details, Southern Belles are known for their love of flowers. That’s why we were excited to team up with Black Southern Belle, a fabulous southern lifestyle brand, to share 15 tips for DIY Floral Arrangements! If you have ever had a floral question you were afraid to ask, or wondered how florists make their designs look so flawless, then take a peak at this article! We have compiled some of our expert tips and tricks make a beautiful bouquet for a Southern Belle bride!
Keep scrolling to catch a sneak peak of one of our favorite designs by Eddie Zaratsian, and read an excerpt of the article!