If you’re having a Fall wedding, consider incorporating Autumn leaves into your bouquet. They add a lovely seasonal element and can coordinate with just about any color palette. Foliage brings movement and structure to any floral design so consider shape, color, and texture when talking with your florist. They’re sure to have a variety of options that will look fabulous and fitful all day.
Feathery, burgundy toned Agonis adds a fabulous texture and looks beautiful with mixed red florals, pops of pale peach and branches of coppery Wild Raspberry. This gorgeous gathering is a harvest time delight! (Bad Rabbit Flowers and Katelyn Mallett Photography)
Dogwood foliage with deep burgundy and white Dahlias and Zinnias are assembled into a Fall floral dream. (Laurel Creek Florals and Kendra Schirmer)
Trailing and delicate, Nandina foliage adds just the perfect touch of Autumn to this stunning, romantic bouquet. (Margaret Rose Floral and Margaret Platt)
Soft, brown, Oak leaves encircle this Fall bouquet featuring golden Combo Roses, Poppy pods, bronze Chrysanthemums, and Hypericum Berries. (Floriculture Micro Farm)
Mixed greenery and rusty-hued foliage make up the majority of this captivating bouquet. (Floribunda Rose and Taylor & Porter)
Wine colored, Ninebark paired with dramatic Amaranthus, in golden brown and deep rose shades, anchor this Fall look and balance the brighter pink Roses and white Dahlias making this a very pretty composition. (Sustainable Blooms by Garden Treasures and Capture Lovely)
If Autumn is the setting for your wedding, consider incorporating Fall leaves into your florals. From crimson to bronze they bring the splendor of the season into your wedding day. Feel free to mix classic Autumnal colored-foliage with more traditional greenery.