With each changing season, different flowers begin to bloom and others fade away. While you can always buy the flowers that you want no matter the season, the price will vary. In-season flowers are cheaper than out-of-season blooms. Since Fall is approaching, this week's post will feature flowers fitting for a Fall wedding.
To start off with, fillers such as Ferns, Queen Anne's Lace, Hypericum and Gyspsophilia will be in season. While Gyspsophilia (Baby's Breath) is commonly used as a filler itself. It can be common in Rustic or Boho themed weddings, and it is economical as well.
Popular Fall colors for bouquets can range from yellow, orange, red to purple.
A sunflower bouquet is a big hit. A few stems of this fun and carefree flower can make a large impact.
A stunning bouquet of white roses, red roses, purple chrysanthemums, and purple alstroemeria can be created like this arrangement from Teleflora.com
As we can see in Bride Lexie's photo, she has incorporated yellow gerbera daisies, red and white roses, and red chrysanthemums.
Novel table arrangements can be made. Brides have used potted mums, bowls of small apples, pumpkins and acorns to adorn their tables, keeping with the season of Fall.