A floral guide to fall weddings for all our future brides!
Did you know that most couples plan weddings 8-12 months out? Venues book quickly and date availabilities go fast. There are so many small details that go into your big day. For instance, deciding what colors your wedding should be. So, we have created themed color palettes to inspire you in the planning process!
A perfect location for an industrial inspired wedding is The Brik Venue in Fort Worth. Warm toned orange, yellow, and burgundy florals pairs well with the white exposed brick and wood detailing. I used olive branches, neutral grasses and various colored roses for reception centerpieces. For the bouquet, I used a couple different types of protea, copper beech, butterfly ranunculus, and of course, pampas grass to create the perfect fall bridal bouquet.
Our couple, Shelby and Evan, had a traditional chapel wedding filled with rich reds and bright peaches. The stained glass in the church tied together perfectly with this warm color palette! Fall color palette staples, amaranthus and agonis, give so much texture paired with lots of bright roses. in Shelby’s bouquet complimented her bridesmaids dresses perfectly with a couple of lush burgundy peonies.
Photographer: Epic Photos + Films
A boho bride’s dream! There were so many little details that tied everything together perfectly at this shoot. I created this bouquet to correlate with the colors of the custom ceremony backdrop composed of hand dyed gauze and pampas grass. I used lots of fruit, amber glass, and fairytale pumpkins in the the table scape for some “bohemian feast” type feels! We recommend correlating all focal points together to create a cohesive look!
Workshop: Rove the Workshop @rovetheworkshop
Lead Photographer/Instructor: Opal & Onyx Photography @opalonyxphotography
Planning/Styling: April Rew @localnomadphoto + Briderie & Co. @briderieco
Florist: The Floral Eclectic @thefloraleclectic
Venue: The Wilde House @thewildehouse
HMUA: Tamara Doyle @glambytamms
Invitations/Calligraphy: Echveria Calligraphy @echveria.calligraphy
Jewelry/Rings: Broken Arrow Forge @brokenarrowforge
Cake: For The Love Of Cake @fortheloveofcakebyjessicasmith
Rentals: Coral Lane Specialty Event Rentals @corallanerentals
Dress: A & Be Bridal Shop @aandbe_dallas + Rue De Seine @ruedeseinebridal
Models: Jasmine @jasminekyla + Ben @benjaske
All the natural light and deep colors created such a warm and happy day for Morgan and Tommy’s wedding. I used peonies, dahlias (my personal fave), and hanging amaranthus in Morgan’s bouquet that really felt cohesive in the natural wood and the greenery filled location. The reception had greenery wrapped chandeliers to bring the outdoors in plus a modern flare of black fern and black taper candles on the guest tables.
We hope this floral guide provided you inspiration and knowledge for your fall wedding! For all your questions and inquiries, please visit our contact page!