The Best Flowers for Fall Weddings in NC
Our Top Picks for Fall Wedding Flowers
- Chrysanthemums/Disbuds: Bronze, Burgundy, Rust, Yellow
- Solid-colored Roses: Orange, Yellow, Burgundy/Red, Lavendar
- Bi-colored Roses: Confetti, Cherry Brandy, Chocolate, Terracotta
- Spray Roses: Orange, Yellow, Red, Lavendar
- Hypericum Berries: Red, Burgundy, Peach, Green
- Lilies: Orange, Yellow, Rust
- Carnations: Burgundy, Orange, Purple, Lavendar
- Sunflowers: Mini, Medium and Large
- Gerbera Daisy’s: Red, Orange, Yellow
- Mini Calla Lily’s: Mango, Yellow, Eggplant, Odessa
- Billy Balls (Craspedia)
- Alstroemeria: Red, Yellow, Orange, Purple, Lavendar
- Delphinium: Blue, Purple
- Waxflower: Yellow, Orange
- Hydrangea: Green, White, Blue, Purple
- Trick: Green
- Bells of Ireland: Always green
- Kangaroo Paw: yellow
- Solidago: Yellow, Orange, Rust
- Snapdragons: Orange, Peach, Burgundy, Yellow
- Pincushion Protea: Orange, Yellow, Red
- Thistle: Blue, Purple, Silver
- Ranunculus: Orange, Yellow
- Stock: Purple, Lavendar, Hot Pink
- Fresh Accents: Curly Willow, Succulents
- Dried Accents: Cattails, Wheat, Millet, Pods, Fall Leaves, Pumpkins
Bronze Mum plant with wheat, Fall leaves, mini pumpkin, ribbon
Contemporary Harvest piece with Roses, Berries, Millet, Wheat, and Fall Leaves
October is the most popular wedding month for Florists.It’s true that some couples opt for other colors for their Fallweddings; however the majority of the weddings we are asked to design are in the Fall color scheme—all on the Warm side of the color wheel, or with a touch of fall colors added to a more neutral color scheme. Fall-colored flowers have gained popularity paired with Cooler color schemes when the right color-combinations are used. So yes—you CAN have your lavendar flowers AND have your Fall flowers too in the same bouquet! Dress and table linen color are the most important factors when choosing the contrasting colors that work with fall-colored flowers.
Traditonal warm, Fall-colored flowers
Best Flower Colors for Warm-Colored Dresses are Orange, Bronze, Gold, Burgundy, Deep Red, Brown, Rust, and a neutralizing Lime Green. We recommend these colors when the wedding party attire or table linens have Burgundy, Brown, Bronze, Taupe, Gold, Deep Greens (Emerald, Hunter or Teal). Navy or Midnight Blue can also work, but a touch of blue is sometimes needed to tie it all together. First, our warm color schemes...
Hand-tied Bouquet of orange lilies, orange spray roses, green hydrangea, peach hypericum and green Trachelium
Hand-tied Bouquet of Sunflowers, Mango Minicallas, Bronze and Burgundy Cushion Mums, and green Hypericum tied with a gorgeous teal satin ribbon.
One of our favorites with yellow, bronze and burgundy Cushion Chrysanthemums and Solidago. These Bridesmaids Bouquets really Pop against the Chocolate-Brown dresses. These flowers work really well, especially for larger wedding parties, since these bright and bold beauties are inexpensive and popular for the budget-conscious.
Small yellow Rose corsages
For Mothers of Bride and Groom
Salmon-colored Rose corsages with Burgundy Hypericum Berries
More of an elaborate tablescape, long and low, with cylinders of floating Candles throughout. With the darker linen choice, we added a pop of White Hydrangeas to brighten up the Sunflowers, red Gerberas, and yellow Chrysanthemums. This piece is still considered in the warm color scheme.
Traditional table centerpiece, with Hydrangeas, Sunflowers, Red Roses, Hypericum Berries, Delphinium, Billy Balls and Carnations
Traditional table centerpiece, with a contemporary flair with yellow lilies, yellow spray roses, red alstroemeria, and variegated lily grass
Simple centerpiece, collection of a trio of mason jars--each one different with bronze fuji chrysanthemums, bronze cusion mum and waxflower. This rustic and eclectic tablescape is perfect for the budget-conscious. Mason jars make great rentals!
Fall piece with sunflowers, orange asiatic lilies, cherry brandy roses, solidago and dried Fall accents.
Rustic urn piece with dried Fall accents
Peach snapdragons and rich fall Chrysanthemums-both Disbuds, and daisies. Disbuds are the wonderful large (7dm diam.) blooms here, and have an interesting growth pattern. The single large flower is produced by removing all the side buds when the plant is young, creating one large bloom per stem.
Economical centerpieces with a contemporary flair for cocktail table or reception tables in traditional warm fall colors. These make great rentals.
Using Cool Colors with a Fall Color Scheme
The natural Fall wedding Bouquet: This is for the bride who would like a more traditional "Bridal" color scheme with ivory and blush. We have also added colors on the cool side with blues and silvers, along with harvest accents for fall. The dried Scabiosa pods, as they are foung in the Fall season, add a rustic look to the spray roses and cushion chrysanthemums. The seeded eucalyptus and curly willow give the bouquet an outdoor feel.
The use of Lavenders and purples with these deeply-contrasting warm fall colors works well with cool color schemes like blues, purples, hot pinks and greens..