Guests appreciate the cool breezes and gravitate toward areas of softer, less intense sunshine rather than vying for a shaded area to sit or stand to escape the heat in summer.
Choosing November flowers to embellish the environment only enhances the welcoming, invigorating ambiance of a fall ceremony.
Imagine Ranunculus blossoms dressed with seasonal fruits, such as yellow, red, or green apples, orange persimmons, miniature squash, or pomegranate that provide a perfect feast for the eyes.
November flowers offer an assortment of orange hues, just right for this time of year. Orange roses become a lovely principal player. Incorporate them into an elegant bouquet. They make beautiful additions to table centerpieces, decorative vases, or baskets at the altar.
For decorative flair, you can mingle the traditional rose with the subtle tones of the Calla Lily and the unique saffron thistle coined Zanzibar. Zanzibar’s sunset blush compliments orange and cream hues while also adding a beautiful accent to darker reddish-brown toned flowers like the velvety chocolate cosmo. It actually smells like its name!
Intertwining underscores of cream, yellow, and rust-red colored faunas bestow a superb and enchanting reflection of the season. Envision a striking bridal bouquet of wine-colored Dahlias.
Mingle some mauve hydrangea blossoms that reflect shimmering pink glows and natural brown hues depending on the fluctuating light that touches it.
Maybe you prefer gracing your aisle and wedding arch with freshly cut and fragrant burgundy roses. You can frame your flora with hypericum berries and ornate kale and cabbage leaves that come in purple, green and white shades.
Depending on which hues you prefer, bride’s maid dresses, such as burgundy and moody mauve, compliment lighter flower hues with dark floral accents. In contrast, pale yellow or peach dresses to offset darker flowers with brighter highlights match beautifully to the setting.
Perhaps you desire a different kind of milieu altogether, such as golden hues that lend themselves superbly to a November wedding. Brighten the scene with sunflowers, marigolds and gladioli. These selections work well for corsages and boutonnières, as well.
If free-spirited wildflowers represent your style, try adding goldenrods and dangling, delicate protea, tassel of amaranth. A splash of black scabiosa blossoms in your bouquet or at the altar works nicely, too. Don’t forget to serve hot apple cider nearby.
The possibilities for your imagination and tastes flourish when planning your Autumn nuptials with November wedding flowers. Have fun with your creativity!