Wedding Bouquets by Season
Frosty weather or a holiday wedding doesn’t dictate snowy white and holly berries. Textured, silvery greens (like the eucalyptus and fern-shaped dusty miller, shown, with lisianthus, narcissus, and amaryllis) are muted but fresh.
A bright pop of color―even a typically autumn shade―plus pale lime green echoes the warmth and newness of the season. Fringed parrot tulips (shown), with freesia and viburnum, add plenty of texture (great with a simple dress).
This pretty pouf of roses―giant garden blooms and rose geranium leaves (shown)―is simple but lush. Pale pinks, creams, and buttery yellows are a soft touch in sticky weather, and the hints of green pick up the grass outside.
The foliage is beautiful, but don’t feel fenced in. Dusty mauves with a hint of brown capture the depth of changing leaves, but hot pink keeps it surprising. Shown: Ranunculus, astrantia, chocolate cosmos, hydrangea, and scabiosa pods.