Fall Foliage and Fall Wedding Flower Arrangements

These past few weeks have seen the peak in this year’s fall foliage. Vibrant oranges, golds, crimsons mixed with natural elements.

The fall season is alive with inspiration.  Whether you area looking for wedding palette choices or ideas to incorporate natural elements into your wedding decor, look no further than out your window.

In the midst of the Autumn season a fall wedding can pull seasonal elements like pumpkins, gourds, leaves, branches, moss and berries to save on decor.  Silk wedding flowers are paired beautifully with these natural elements.  They also give you the flexibility of choosing any type of wedding flower no matter how late in the season.  Incorporating both items into your wedding decor can give you two ways to save on your decor budget.

Sunflowers are a beautiful rich floral choice that works well with natural fall elements and the vibrant fall color palette.  Used in bouquets, sunflowers carry and warmth and beauty of the fall season.  Brides can stand out with a full sunflower bouquet or mixed in with other seasonal favorites like dahlias, roses or wild flowers.

Afloral.com’s Sunflower and Pumpkin Arrangement

Afloral.com’s pumpkin, berry and sunflower arrangement can give you a touch of the sunflower’s warmth mixed with the bounty of fall elements.  This pre-arranged floral pot stands at 6.5″ tall and is under $8 a piece.  Rich golden sunflowers are mixed with lush seasonal green berries and an artificial pumpkin accented by changing foliage that ties together the whole arrangement’s color palette.

Use small pre-made wedding flower arrangements like these as accents around your reception or dress them up as centerpieces on reception tables.  Your bridal table may be accented with fuller arrangements or bridesmaid’s bouquets but smaller arrangements like the pumpkin, berry and sunflower pot will sit well on guest tables.  Add in twinkle lights and softly lit votive candles to set the romantic tone for a warm fall wedding.


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