2013 Fall Wedding Flower Trends

Fall is a wonderful time to have a wedding. Not only is the weather nice and mild, there are many vibrant and warm, rich-coloured flowers available in the fall. Gerbera daisies, sunflowers, calla lilies, roses, chrysanthemums, and dahlias will be popular choices for fall brides. Berries, seasonal foliage, twigs and other natural accents will add texture and interest to floral arrangements.

Here are some of the hottest fall wedding flower trends for 2013:

Jewel Tones

purple wedding bouquetWhile oranges and browns are classic fall wedding colours, luscious reds, purples and forest greens are the most popular colours this fall. Flowers in rich, warm colours, such as hanging amaranthus, roses, calla lilies and dahlias will look stunning! Add seasonal berries, twigs, and foliage to add texture and interest.

Soft, Romantic Colours

Wedding Bouquet with calla liliesWhile some brides want bright jewel tones, others are going for pale pinks, peaches, and creams. These muted colours are romantic, especially when the garden roses, peonies, hydrangeas, and other old-fashioned flowers are used. Silver and sage green accents add a modern twist to a classic colour palette.


Wedding Bouquet with textureFall is the perfect time to create floral arrangements with texture! Seasonal berries, twigs, foliage, pine cones, lotus pods and even vegetables (i.e artichokes, kale) add texture and interest. Combine a variety of blooms that have contrasting shapes and sizes. Flowers such as crocosmia, celosia,and protea have interesting textures.Pumpkins and gourds can be hollowed to be used as vases for centerpieces.


A bridal bouquet made with succulentsNot only are succulents are hot trend in home and gardening, they are a popular choice with brides. These visually striking plants come in a wide variety of interesting shapes, sizes and colours. They will definitely make a bold statement at weddings! They can easily mix with other flowers.to create unique floral arrangements.


Bridal Bouquet In recent years, more and more couples are planning eco-friendly weddings. Eco-conscious brides are opting for locally grown, seasonal flowers for their wedding day to reduce the negative impact on the environment of shipping flowers in from thousands of miles away. Some people Buying local flowers is a great way for brides to support local businesses.

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About Connor Lowry

I love flowers! I enjoy writing about them as well as gardening. Mostly I love finding new and unique flower gardening ideas I encourage you to post regularly on this blog, and send in guest blogs or ideas for new blogs as well. New and exciting blogs are always welcome I intend to post a lot of interesting facts and fun stuff about flowers, as well as info on many varieties of flowers.
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