Crisp autumn air, apple trees and leaves of every color spotted along New England’s winding, off-the-beaten-path roads. Isn’t fall a lovely season for a wedding?
When it comes to wedding bouquets, this is a great season to have fun with color: foliage-inspired hues like rich reds and oranges, bright yellows and accents of brown; deep purples; for a lighter theme, shades of white pair well with muted tones of pink, green and gray.
Not quite sure where to start? Get inspired by these arrangements from some of our favorite New England florists!
Pranzi Catering & Events created this oversized bouquet of Juliet garden roses, burgundy ranunculus, brunia berry, antique Queen Anne’s Lace, viburnum berry, sangria posy calla, scabiosa, copper silver dollar eucalyptus, blushing bride protea, antique hydrangea, copper sprayed thistle and anemone.
New Leaf Flores turned to free spirit roses, orange dahlias, mini cymbidium orchids, celosia caracas and penny grass to create this big beauty.
From Fancy Flowers, this bouquet includes andromeda, blush peach spray roses, Campanella garden roses, curly willow, peach hypericum berries, scabiosa pods, thistles, cymbidium orchids, Saracena lilies, blushing brides (no pun intended) and geranium leaves.
This bouquet, designed by Patrice R. Milley Floral Designers, is adorned in soft hues and includes Nosegay, white, pink and silver Cymbidium orchids, ranunculus, silver brunia, dusty miller, eucalyptus and heather.
Add an unexpected pop to a fall wedding with an arrangement of bold, purple florals like this one from Always in Bloom, Marion, MA.
Green gypsy dianthus, white raspberry thistles, scabiosa pods and flowers, dusty miller, protea, talib berries and mini eggplant all add up to awesome in this bouquet from Blooming Blossoms.
Botanica Wedding Studio designed this bouquet of white scabiosa, ranunculus, silver brunia, dusty miller, garden roses and anemone.
Peach roses pop against red rhododendrons and berries in this bright bouquet by former East Sandwich Flower and Gift.
Rustic, bright and cheery all rolled into one, this sunflower bouquet by Cherryhill Flowers would stand out against any setting.
Young Designs, LLC designed this hand-tied bouquet of Young Family Farm’s maroon dahlias, garden roses, calla lilies, astilbe, Veronica, dahlias, oak leaves, succulents, amaranthus and viburnum berry.