Fall Wedding Flower Arrangements

Most people do not realize the advantage of celebrating a wedding during fall at the sunset of the month of October. Flowers are more abundant during this season and the colors of their blossoms are just breathtaking. Incorporating the season's abundance into your fall wedding flower arrangements is one way of celebrating the occasion and the season.

The most common colors during fall are the reds, yellows, oranges, browns that simply add a touch of nature. Your choice of flowers in season is also important in creating the perfect color scheme for your fall wedding flower arrangements.

Roses are the most popular blooms. Choose from the wide array of colors of roses that are at their peak during fall. Black Magic, Hocus Pocus, Terra Cotta, Star 2000, Red Berlin, Leonidas, Mambo and Konfetti are quite abundantly during fall and they are just magical as their blossoms with hues of orange, burgundy, yellows, tangerine, red, coral and brown.

Florists also love to use the delicate Montbretia and Hypericum because of their color. From yellow-orange to dark blood-red for Montbretias, and yellow, green, red, pink and orange for Hypericums, their colors are just perfect for the season.

A complete fall wedding flower arrangement that compliments the season, the theme of the wedding and the ambiance is one sure way to celebrate two occasions in one. The use of flowers in season is important as well as the accents that add texture to the arrangement.

Fall is when the colors of nature become more vibrant as the weather changes. Foliage help bring more fun into the fall wedding flower arrangement. Use dry wheat and rye and other grasses to accent your arrangement. Other choices like croton leaves, vines and copper beech are readily available.

Fruits have also been very popular as part of fall wedding arrangements. Apples and pears are quite abundant during fall and they make great accents to centerpieces and décor. Branches of raspberry and bittersweet are also great as accents.

Some florists also use tropical flowers and blooms that are available all year round to add more color to the arrangement. Vanda and catleya orchids have vibrant earthy hues that compliment the color of the season.