Updated: Sep 6, 2020
Leaves are sailing thru the cool breeze and my mind turns to Fall. Bouquets of amber, full of pampas grasses and dried wheat, burgundy and cream colored flowers gathered loosely in bouquet form, with copper and gold accent centerpieces. The warm glow of decorative lighting fills the venue.
Some of the trends this year for Fall floral, are grasses and dried flowers. Pampas grass which is light & fluffy ivory tone is a trend you can expect to see everywhere this year. Other grasses, such as wheat stalks, bunny tails, and fountain grass, will all be popular alternatives to the everyday wedding greenery.
Ferns are another trend that has gained popularity this year. With ferns and tree ferns giving brides that woodsy boho chic forest look. A couple of the weddings that we did this year had the greenery vibe going for them. The one wedding was birch and tree fern at the downtown market in Grand Rapids, MI. Other popular greens are dusty miller, seeded and dollar Eucalyptus with its soft silvery green hue.
King Protea is a unique statement flower and is extremely popular right now for rustic, boho, woodland, chic romantic look. Often they are used more in the summer or tropical wedding bouquets, but they have that wow-factor and look amazing in the fall as well.