Fall is the season for love. In fact, over a third of Bride & Blossom’s weddings take place between September and November. With its rich palette of colors, golden light, and chill in the air perfect for cuddling, fall radiates romantic bliss.
The bride planning a wedding this time of year has much to look forward to when it comes to creative décor and styling. While the availability of flowers is limited, the season offers a bounty of fruits and vegetables that look stunning in table centerpieces. The more candles adorning a tablescape or aisle the better. And we could go on and on about the wonderful food and drinks this time of year brings. It’s all about comfort food right now, and incorporating a pumpkin pie and apple cider cocktail into a wedding menu will leave guests full and happy. Read More
Here at Bride & Blossom, we always say that there are no rules when it comes to choosing your wedding flowers. But it’s hard to not be swayed by the season and this is especially true in fall. Summer’s soft pastels and punchy hues give way to autumnal tones of burgundy, wine, orange, rich yellow, and deep lavender. A golden magic pervades the air making it a wonderful time to get married. Simply put, we are falling for florals and rounded up our favorite blooms and color schemes to celebrate the season!
Rachel and Olly Wedding – Anemone Blackberry Seeded Euc Lambs Ear Calla Lily Ranunculus Rose Garden Rose Scabiosa Bouquet – Manhattan Penthouse NYC – by Dreamlife Photography
Poppies are popular with stylish brides who want bright, modern bouquets. These intoxicating blossoms are also a beautiful way to remember loved ones who will be missed more than ever on your wedding day. In the western world, the poppy has long symbolized remembrance. After poppies sprang up where trenches had been dug in The First World War, people in Europe began to make and sell silk poppies, to be pinned to lapels in honor of heroic lost veterans.
Right now, through Remembrance Day on November 11th, over 800,000 ceramic poppies are on display at Tower of London Remembers. Each flower in this brilliant public memorial symbolizes a life. Use the hashtag #towerpoppies to find more photos and stories. Read More