Create a Rainbow
Pick an array of colors and incorporate it in your wedding bouquet. Oranges, reds, greens, and pinks can create a perfect bouquet.
Design a Cascade
Let the flowers flow! Create a beautiful arrangement by letting the flowers hang in a cascade. Vines and greenery are perfect for creating a waterfall bouquet.
Forget about using traditional flowers for your wedding day. Choose some more common flowers that you can find in an everyday garden. Daisies can be the perfect pop of white you need.
Use lighter colors like pinks, lilacs, peaches, and lime greens to create fall wedding bouquets. The light colors can soften an autumn wedding and create a beautiful layer of fresh floral romance.
The best thing about autumn are the crunchy leaves you can find everywhere! Take advantage of the falling leaves and use them as your wedding bouquet.
Embrace autumn and use all the colors in your bouquet. Use yellows, oranges and reds to capture the change from summer to fall. Include leaves in your bouquet if you want to add interesting texture.
Find Some Foliage
Use leaves to pad your bouquet and incorporate roses to create the perfect accent and pop of color.
Add Pops of Color
Create juxtaposition in your bouquet by adding pops of color. With dark floral accompaniments, lighter shades really stand out.
Keep It Simple
Keep your bouquet simple by using a select few flowers. You can pad it with baby's breath and add roses for traditional elegance.
Keep It Wild
Sometimes an untamed bouquet can be beautiful. Use leaves, grasses, and traditional flowers to keep the balance between wild and sophsiticated.