I used these copper urns to hold the buffet flowers for Thanksgiving this year. But I think they would look beautiful for a fall wedding. Here I used traditional fall colors, but I think these would look great with pink, white, or green flowers.
I started with a low compact arrangement of Leonidas roses and green kermit mums with nandina for filler and draping. To bring some celebration to the design, I wove copper wire all around it. Wouldn’t this be striking, with different shades of pink and contrasting wire, for a wedding ceremony?
But this is Thanksgiving, and what is Thanksgiving without feathers? Since my husband is a hunter, I have a profusion of pheasant feathers.
Look at these tiny copper containers that I filled with different color groupings and scattered around the Thanksgiving table. This idea could be used at reception tables. These small inexpensive flowers, when grouped, give a delicate but impressive impact.