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New Wedding Bouquet Trends to Try This Fall

While just about any blooms can be procured at any time of year (peonies and ranunculus in October—


While just about any blooms can be procured at any time of year (peonies and ranunculus in October—why not!), there is something to be said for embracing the spirit of the season with your wedding flowers. So with fall rolling around, we reached out to some of our favorite experts to weigh in on the trends they’re seeing and to offer some unexpected decor tips to incorporate into your big day.
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An Emphasis on Texture

Owner and creative director of Aribella Events, Tonia Adleta sees clever textural additions as a standout for the season, “whether it’s in the selection of a trailing velvet ribbon, incorporating a nontraditional element like feathers, or mixing varieties of flowers and greenery.” However, she adds a note of caution: “The trick is not to allow the color or texture palette to run amok.” Consider repeating elements of your bouquet elsewhere in the event: A velvet ribbon could also appear wrapped around napkins at the dinner table or berry-covered branches could also be added to arrangements on the place card table.

Chinoiserie

Caroline Bailly of L’Atelier Rouge notices 18th-century chinoiserie motifs making an appearance at more and more weddings. This throwback style, she says, is also bringing with it the return of florals that lost their popularity decades ago. “These include zinnias, cornflowers, godetias, and irises, all designed in a very loose way,” she explains. “This is one of our favorite looks and is very whimsical because it is all about the color combinations and textures.”
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All Green Everything

Bailly sees flowers stepping away from colorful assemblages and into monochrome creations in one particular hue: green. To achieve this look, florists use flowers like bells of Ireland, hydrangeas, green gladiolus, as well as ferns, decorative leaves, and even moss. The effect can run from soft and ethereal to a style that feels utterly modern (consider forgoing flowers entirely, in this case, for a really unique look).

Teardrop Bouquets

Yes, those cascading, lush bouquets of the ’80s (think of Princess Diana’s overflowing blooms) are making a comeback after years of the “tighter” bouquet styles reigning supreme. “Often, we incorporate a mix of grapevines and greenery, accented with a variety of colors and textures, in our floral selection, which includes everything from gladiolas, roses, Chinese lanterns, and orchids,” says Adleta.
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Muted Pastel Flowers in Autumn Colors

Instead of the rich, vibrant colors of autumn, Bailly is seeing an emphasis on muted pastel flowers with just an accent of a bolder hue. For example: “muted pastel shades of garden roses mixed in with burgundy foliage and accented with pops of blues, oranges, fruits such as raspberry vine, and purple artichokes, with gray eucalyptus.”

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