7 Flowers for Fall Weddings

7 Flowers for Fall Weddings

7 Flowers for Fall Weddings

Fall is the perfect time to plan a wedding. The days are crisp and cool, and you can take advantage of all the colors that come with fall. You’ve already thought about adding foliage to your wedding decorating scheme, but what about flowers? Here are some of the most beautiful flower choices for your fall wedding.

1. Dried Floral Arrangements

If you’re looking for dried floral arrangements for your fall wedding, don’t fret! There are a variety of ways to incorporate the look into your day. Dried flowers make great additions to bouquets. If you have an outdoor ceremony and reception venue, consider using them on top of hay bales or wreaths hung around the property.

2. Garden Roses

Roses are popular wedding flowers, and garden roses are no exception. They come in many colors and can be used to create beautiful bouquets or centerpieces. You can also use roses as part of your bridal bouquet; they’ll look great when combined with other flowers that complement their hue, like lilies or hydrangeas. 

3. Amaranthus

Amaranthus is a quick-growing, long-lasting weed found in most gardens. It is a good filler flower and looks fantastic when incorporated into bouquets, boutonnieres, or corsages. Its dark green leaves contrast beautifully with the bright colors of other flowers and plants, making amaranth a great addition to any fall wedding ensemble.

4. Pampas Grass

Pampas grass is tall, feathery grass used in bouquets or centerpieces. It can also be used to create a dramatic effect by adding it to your table decorations and as a backdrop for photos. If you’re looking for something that will stand out from the rest of your greenery and flowers, pampas grass is an excellent choice.

5. Calla Lilies

The calla lily is a beautiful addition to your bouquet. It’s easy to find, inexpensive, and adds height to your arrangements. These are often used in bridal bouquets because of their romantic look and feel. This flower can be found in many colors, including white, orange, or a fall favorite, rich purple.

6. Succulents

Succulents are a great addition to your fall wedding bouquet. They’re easy to care for and don’t require much light or water, making them a perfect choice if you’re hosting the event in an outdoor location. Plus, they come in many different colors and shapes.

7. Magnolia Leaves

Magnolia leaves are a great way to add texture to your bouquet. They come in many different shapes and sizes and can be found in various colors. The leaves look great on their own, or you can use them as ribbons for the stems of your bouquet. If you’re also working with magnolia flowers, try adding some flowers between the leaves for an extra pop of color.

Fall is a beautiful wedding season and a great time to add dried plants and flowers to your bouquet. Dried flowers are easy to find at craft stores and easy to use in bouquets.

If you’re looking for something different than the traditional red rose, consider a spray of dried sunflowers or other brightly colored flower heads. The bright colors will pop against your wedding dress and make gorgeous pictures.

Geraldine Orentas is a writer in partnership with table base supplier for restaurants and businesses, Tablebases.com