Autumn Wedding Decorations
Autumn wedding decorations don't have to be just large sprays of flowers. Think outside the box with creative ways of using wreaths, interesting glassware, florist foam balls, and gel crystals for stunning bouquets that make your decorations rock!
A standing wreath covered with Kermit button pomps is awesome as a ceremony decoration. You must take extra care, however, when transporting a standing wreath like this one.
Use a large terra cotta pot from the local garden center for your church florals. Be sure to include a plastic liner as some pots are not waterproof and may leak.
This is actually a large
laid on the open arms of this candelabra for a gorgeous display of
orange Gerbera daisies and Asiatic lilies, peach roses and trailing pink cymbidium orchids with ivy.
Tie a colorful print ribbon around a
pedestal bowl and top with a large
. Cover with the flowers of your choice such as the orange Gerbera
daisies shown. Be sure to keep the ball saturated with water and
spray the flower heads with a sealer such as Finishing Touch.
Here's a similar arrangement. Very easy to
do, it's amazing with the clear crystal gel in the vase.
Fill decorative apothecary jars with cut flower stems that have been wrapped with flower jewelry or decorative colored wire. Fill with assorted brightly colored fruit
with a flower head or two tucked in for a colorful contrast.
Foxtail fern and flax greenery make a perfect
foil for three yellow Gerbera daisies and a cluster of craspedia.
More apothecary jars filled with green lemons and curled calla lily stems.
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