This is one of my all time favorite bouquets and color combinations. Created in late September using garden flowers, it features dahlias, herbs and grasses. The colors this time of year are jewel tones, very saturated purples, oranges and golds. A great color combination for a bride that loves purple, the orange flowers will pop against deep purple bridesmaid dresses.
Designed for a wedding in October, these bouquets incorporated the best seasonal flowers of fall. The bride wanted burgundy and orange toned flowers, to go with her burgundy bridesmaid dresses. The bouquets are almost monochromatic, but there is so much texture and depth provided by the various flowers and herbs.
Providing a more sophisticated feel, this November wedding featured various fall leaves and the colors cognac and champagne. Using only roses and leaves, the roses really have a chance to shine. A collar of fall leaves gives the bouquets a nice finish, providing a nod to fall without going too over board. The brides bouquet also incorporated ivory skeleton leaves, that add a nice airy feel.
Three very different looks for fall. I hope these bouquets give you the inspiration you need to help plan your own wedding!