Seasonal blooms offer unparalleled flexibility for fall as September to November wedding flowers, especially when you incorporate elements of multi-colored fall foliage. Many brides work with their floral designer to combine leaves, greenery, and colorful blooms into decorative elements, including:
- A festival fall centerpiece
- A stunning bouquet for the bride
- Bridesmaids' bouquets
- Hanging decor
- Wedding Wreaths
Dreamy garden roses feature dense layers of frothy petals in a variety of romantic hues, including fall favorites like Juliet garden roses, which blend shades of cream, apricot, and peach within its whorled petals. Pair the blossoms with baby blue eucalyptus, Queen Anne's lace, and fresh fall foliage for a delicate green and white bouquet.
Calla lily blooms may be the perfect fit for your bridal bouquet if you prefer an elegant affair instead of a rustic wedding. The dramatic shape and crisp, flawless color of the blossoms add depth to your fall wedding bouquet, guaranteeing that every eye is on you throughout the evening.
White Majolica Spray Roses
White spray roses offer the dreamy look of a garden rose in a more compact form. The ruffled petals and barely-there blush of the blossoms provide unmatched texture as well, ensuring an elegant bouquet for your big day.
We're big fans of the common daisy at The Bouqs Co. The vibrant colors, multiple layers of petals, and substantial size make them a perfect addition to a lush bouquet. At the same time, the sturdy blooms will withstand an evening spent celebrating your love.
There's nothing more beautiful than a gorgeous bouquet full of seasonal flowers. For an autumn wedding, we recommend seasonal blooms like freesia, mums, sunflowers, or daisies.
Congratulations! We can ship your fall bouquet throughout the United States. However, we recommend placing your order at least 30 days before your big day to ensure that your flowers arrive in time.