Fall Weddings

Earthy Tones of Chocolate and Warm Greens
A bride’s bouquet befitting the season of more ‘green’ than blooming flowers.  The bride’s modern sheaf bouquet gathers Love in the Mist, Lady’s Mantle, green hypericum berries, maidenhair fern, and green hanging amaranthus around the white blooms of Star of Bethlehem, hydrangea, and mini-callas.   Against the chocolate dresses of the bridesmaids these ‘greens’ were gathered around orange safflower, Swartzalader mini-callas, Rover, and a splash of blue hydrangea.  Greenery and berry wreaths hanging from satin fabric greeted guest to Redeemer Presybterian Church for the ceremony.

Romantic Fall
These romantic bouquets of white hydrangea, deep pink Sophia roses, pink and green Finese roses, green hypericum berries, green kermit mums, and for the bride added burgundy scabiosa bound in lace, befits the very warm fall days of Atlanta.

Rusty Orange Callas
Fall mums, Rover, Leonidas roses, hypericum berries, and alstroemeria for the bridesmaids.  This fall wedding featured not only fall flowers but bittersweet and fall leaves.  The bittersweet was intertwined in the vine wreath with shimmery gold and rust colored netting.  The fall leaves were waxed and used in boutonniers, on the guest tables– instead of petals, and on the wedding cake with the fall flowers and festive ribbon.

 

 

 

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  1. My daughter used Kathy Stair (More Than Bouquets) for her flowers and arrangements for both her wedding and the reception and was thrilled with the beauty and quality. She was especially encouraged by the ability of Kathy to help her discover and then choose exactly what she wanted! My daughter and I highly recommend this talented florist for your special events.!


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