Mixing Fall Colors
Aren't Autumn weddings are such a festive mix of bright fall colors? Deep orange, cool greens, creamy ivory, burgandy and plum are so delicious when combined in the fantastic bouquets you see below!
The bouquet below is a traditional round bouquet with orange calla lilies, roses, orange spray roses, ageratum and surrounded with galax leaves and red myrtle.
This hand tied bouquet has more peach tones than before. Spray roses, orange alstroemeria lilies, ranuculus, light peach stock, calla lilies, and roses are a smash in this bright floral. The spriggy greens on the sides are bupleurum - an awesome green I love to add to my designs because of the interesting texture.
This elegant clutch is mostly made of orange miniature calla lilies and Oasiana roses. There is a touch of green viburnum and (surprisingly) a dozen stems of pink spray roses.
This bouquet is more delicate and has a lighter brush of autumn colors. Different varieties of cream, light orange, and peach roses are accented with white bouvardia.
Made of the palest peach and ivory, this show-stopper is made in an Oasis bouquet holder. Viburnum, peach anthurium, pale peach stock is nestled against white lisanthus, ranunculus and roses.
This wedding bouquet heats up with vibrant colors of hot pink hydrangea, orange roses and spray roses, peach mini carnations and tuberoses. You will love the delicate fragrance of the tuberoses as an extra bonus!
This hot tropical bouquet is made of pincushion proteas, roses, red hypericum berries, fuschia, orange and yellow cattleya orchids. Who says you have to have a beach wedding to carry tropicals!
Autumn weddings can also have softer colors. This pale beauty if a pink rose bouquet accented with delicate lily of the valley. With cream astibe, roses, peonies and white bouvardia, you'll love to carry this bouquet down the aisle. (Check with your local florist - unless hothouse grown, some areas do not have lily of the valley or peonies in the fall time.)
Go for the golden autumn look with this bright yellow bouquet. You may have to substitute, since yellow daffodils are very spring. But you could use yellow alstroemeria instead. Matched with star of bethelhem, lisanthus, asters and green hydrangea . . .this bouquet is truly gorgeous!
This white rose and tulip clutch is made on a slant wedding Belle holder. It is accented with white lisianthus and Star of Bethlehem. It's unusual for an Autumn wedding them - but see how well it looks!
This cheerful mix of miniature Gerbera daisies and oncidium orchids is mixed with white spray and yellow roses and white stock. The filler is solidaster.
Saving my personal favorite for last, who wouldn't love this hand tied autumn clutch of Milva roses, oranage Vanda orchids, calla lilies and red hypericum berries?
Be sure to always check whether the flowers pictured are in season for autumn weddings. Substitutions can be made for the unavailable flowers.
If you plan to make your own wedding flowers, check out my "how to" directions
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