Original article by Sarah Schreiber on MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS features Colonial House of Flowers in position number one.
Let the season have a say when it comes to picking an arrangement to hold for your walk down the aisle. "It's actually a wonderful time for flowers," says floral designer Ariella Chezar of autumn, and we can confirm. Whether choosing based on color (reds, yellows, oranges, and purples are especially festive in the fall) or in-season availability (chrysanthemums, anemones, and asters are all fall flowers), seasonal bouquets can help tie your wedding together. Meanwhile, special add-ins (think: leaves, berries, and grasses) give any floral spread an instant boost of cool-weather beauty. What results is an array of nearly endless possibilities that are all appropriate for autumn.
We've rounded up some of our favorite fall-ready arrangements, straight from real celebrations. In the mix are all sorts of bouquets, from formal to rustic and everything in between. There are casual bundles comprised of strictly one bloom and lush arrangements filled with plenty (like this beauty by Colonial House of Flowers!). There are unique varieties for creative brides, and seasonal takes on classic wedding flowers. Simple, complex, cascading, organic—this roundup has it all. Have you ever thought of using magenta in your color scheme? What about adding fruits to the mix? Browse these arrangements to see how real brides made their bouquets uniquely autumnal.
Looking for beautiful bouquet inspiration for your wedding in September, October, or November? Take a peek and see what speaks to you—something's bound to catch your eye. These gorgeous bundles are all different, but they're all bound to impress your fall wedding guests.