Fall Wedding Flowers

Highlight your autumn wedding date with a bold floral bouquet bursting with seasonal colors. When people think of Fall wedding flowers, it is often the colors as much as the actual flowers that are important.
Rich reds, fiery oranges and beautiful yellows are the order of the day. Think roses, gerbera daisies, hydrangea, delphinium, amaryllis, carnations, viburnum, irises, narcissus, autumn leaves, pumpkins and wheat.

What type of fall wedding appeals to you and your groom?

  • Rustic late summer weddings: warm and earthy
  • Fall vintage weddings: romantic and family heritage
  • Luxe fall weddings: Great Gatsby and old world charm and glamour
  • Scroll down to Browse just a few of our many popular Fall Wedding slideshows



    Early Fall Wedding

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    This white wedding had a hint of blush pink to accent the day. Congratulations Alex and Jake!

    Images by Angel Eyes Photography
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    Vintage Wedding for Katie and Ben



    Katie chose a vineyard venue at Acquaviva in maple park, Il. We created a vintage classic look to go with her Great Gatsby theme style dream wedding.

    A vision of white and ivory flowers were chosen to create this dreamy classic look. White hydrangeas and white Dendrobium orchids were combined with a rich ivory rose called Vendella. We then added crystal beads cascading over the edge of the first table arrangements. We enhanced the large cylinder vases with white Dendrobium orchids and curly willow inside the tall cylinder vases and offsetting the orchids with variegated hosta leaves. These arrangements really broke the ivory table clothes up and the accumulation of several candles added a warm and rich glow to the room as well.

    Another table centerpiece used the combination of Curly willow branches, baby’s breath and white hydrangeas to create a stunning look from the tall elegant pilsner glass vases. The addition of swede eucalyptus softened the edges of the impressive vase. And of course the hanging votive glasses added a warm glow of candle light from the delicate branches over the table.

    Our third table piece was an elegant glass bowl with an elongated wine glass stem. Perfect to go with our vineyard venue! Here we have white hydrangeas, a touch of baby’s breath and ivory roses and white veronica to give it a garden wildflower look-so we could capture the beautiful scenery of the vineyards and bring it all together inside.

    The outdoor patio tables had lanterns with candle light and clusters of Italian ruscus and hypericum berries in ivory. With a ivory satin ribbon tied with Italian ruscus on top of lanterns.

    The bride and the bridesmaids carried David Austin roses- cabbage look in a rich ivory with the Vendella roses all in a hand tied style with seeded eucalyptus to bring it all together.
    The groomsmen wore a matching ivory rose with white hypericum berries in a cluster at the base of rose.
    The flower girls wore baby’s breath halos with spray roses in an open style for a more vintage classic look.

    Wreaths adorned the large impressive gates as you enter the ceremony destination.
    Down the aisle for the ceremony we had baby’s breath and seeded eucalyptus edging the rim of the galvanized quart bucket tied to the chairs with ivory satin ribbon. And ivory rose petals scattered to make the aisle runner.

    An archway awaited the couple at the end of the aisle adorned with the same vintage classic look of white and ivory flowers. This archway was flanked by 2 large potted pieces of elegant and delicate arrangements.

    Down the aisle for the ceremony we had baby’s breath and seeded eucalyptus edging the rim of the galvanized quart bucket tied to the chairs with ivory satin ribbon. And ivory rose petals scattered down the main aisle created the perfect aisle runner for this venue.

    Congratulations to Katie and Ben on their wedded bliss!