Fall Bridal Bouquets

Fall is here. The crisp air and warm sunshine are the perfect mix, add a cup of warm apple cider and buttery corn on the cob and call it a great day! With the weather cooling down means the fall colors are right around the corner. The burnt oranges, warm yellows and rich reds are all lovely additions to your wedding day. Go with one color palette or combine them all for a lovely and elegant bouquet. Let’s look at some stunning arrangements and hopefully you’ll see one that will stand out to you!

We are blessed to have so many local options in our backyard. Dahlia’s are no exception and this time of year they are blooming all over. These deep purple dahlia’s make a stunning bouquet and will stand out against any bridal gown. Add a few acorns to complete the fall look.

With so many variations in color and shape, this hardy flower will last all day long. Head to Canby to the local Dahlia Farm to order your flowers for a DYI project. We especially like the deep purples like the flower shown below called the Jason Matthew.

 

If you like bright and sunny colors then bring in the happiness and warmth of bouquet of roses all in shades of orange and peach. Mix the size of the roses with garden roses and spray roses to give it more depth and then add in viburnum berries to complete the look.

Another stunning color palette to work with is cream and deep red. It has a victorian feel to it when combined together. The result is a bridal bouquet with texture and bold colors. Head over to one of our favorite sites to find more inspiration and lovely photos of fall bouquets at Martha Stewart.  Then why not take the afternoon to drive around and find ideas from nature, the pumpkin patch and your local farmers market.

 

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