5 Unique Fall Bouquets You Will Love
Now that fall has officially arrived, it’s time to break out the cozy sweaters (unless it’s still a bazillion degrees in your neck of the woods like it is here), pumpkin spice, andddd fall bouquets! I love all the seasons’ bouquets equally, but I get so inspired at the beginning of a new season to see colors and flowers that I haven’t looked at much since the prior year.
Today I’m sharing five unique fall bouquets with you. Browse through each of them and find your favorite!
This bouquet will probably go down in history as one of my favorites, because I love the complementary tones of the warm oranges and burgundy with the cooler blue and green. It’s also jam-packed with fall favorites, including dahlias, ranunculuses, hanging amaranthus, burgundy foliage, and of course roses!
This bouquet will never get old! I was so excited to create this one for Sara’s fall wedding! Sara wanted a fresh bouquet that was as close to black and limey shades of green as possible, which I loved because it was a challenge for me to make sure I got the darkest shades possible with fresh blooms! We erred towards the side of dark purple where needed, as opposed to burgundy, for a really fresh, unique look.
I adored Kali’s bouquet because it was chock-full of fall blooms, but was also extremely colorful, spanning the entire rainbow. Kali’s favorite colors are also orange and green, so we made sure to include plenty of those hues! This is another bouquet that included plenty of fall florals, including ranunculuses, anemones, dahlias, hanging amaranthus, and several HUGE protea varieties!
Katherine’s bouquet is a blend of classic bridal style with it’s romantic shades of ivory, blush, and blue, but it is also made with seasonal fall flowers, making it a really fun, unique bouquet for the season. The huge mums and ranunculuses were paired with classic options to achieve a unique look.
This purple bouquet is full of textural elements, and virtually no focal flowers! With all the foliage and texture that abounds in fall, this is a great option for the season. And the purple and green color palette is an unexpected pop of fall color!
Using seasonal flowers in your bouquet is such a great way to achieve a really personalized, unique look on your wedding day. Every season has beautiful flowers to choose from, and fall is no different!