September 8, 2020

Fall Wedding Flower Ideas: Seasonal Statement Blooms We Love

Corinne and Kevin Wedding - Brides Bouquet - New York Historical Society - Love In Theory

Corinne and Kevin Wedding – Brides Bouquet – New York Historical Society – Love In Theory

 

Heading into fall, a whole new array of seasonal flowers becomes available. There are many reasons for incorporating flowers at their peak bloom into wedding decor – they tend to be budget-friendly, sustainable, and at the height of beauty and freshness. Admittedly, 2020 has been an exceptionally challenging year for wedding planning. In the middle of a global pandemic, many couples are postponing, downsizing, and reconsidering their original visions. One way to stay positive is to focus on the details that are really important to you. And if flowers top the list, there are many creative approaches to styling and design that will help steer a new path toward fulfilling your wedding dreams. Meeting with clients, we make it a point to highlight seasonal flowers that bring high-impact to a bride’s bouquet or reception centerpiece. Here are statement wedding flower ideas for fall that guarantee to put the ‘WOW’ factor into your special day.
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November 19, 2018

Fall Wedding Décor Ideas With Chrysanthemum Flowers

Chrysanthemum - via new plantsandflowers.com

Chrysanthemum – via new plantsandflowers.com

 

Do you know which flower to give to friends and family born in November? Chrysanthemum, the month’s designated birth flower! Festive, eye-catching, and versatile, it’s also a wonderful bloom to incorporate into fall weddings. From bouquets to wedding cakes, we’ve rounded up pretty floral décor ideas with chrysanthemums, this month’s BB Bloom in Spotlight.

Chrysanthemums (commonly known as “mums”) were first cultivated in China where the flower was documented in writings as early as 15th century BC. Around 400 AD, the bloom was introduced to Japan. So taken by the flower’s beauty, the Japanese adopted it as the emperor’s crest and official seal. After being introduced to Europe in the 17th century, the chrysanthemum received its present day name, which derives from the Greek words “chrysos” meaning gold (its original color) and “anthemon” meaning flower. Cultivation over the years has produced various types and colors including white, red, and purple. In the language of flowers, the chrysanthemum represents longevity, fidelity, joy, and optimism. With attributes like these, it’s no wonder couples want the flower close by on their wedding day!
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