Flowers For Wedding In October – A Colorful Autumn
We have already talked about flowers that bloom in autumn, with some of them bravely facing the first layers of hoarfrost and freezing temperatures. We will this time take a close look at some flowers for wedding in October, a theme we will return to as time goes by.
Alstroemeria or the Inca lily is a flower which symbolizes friendship. The legend says the flower grew out of blood drops shed by a woman who sacrificed her heart to save her boyfriend from death. So what a better choice for a wedding that these flowers with small, bright blooms that grow in clusters and often have freckled petals?
Callas have always impressed through their unusual shape of flowers and the pleasant contrast between the pure white of blooms and the dark green of the rich leaves. These flowers give a distinct feel to any event thanks to their opulent presence, full of elegance.
Delphinium is an autumn plant with typical blue flowers, conjuring images of an English garden. The long stemmed delphinium is characterized by the dense cluster of blooms arranged along the length of the stem, tapering off to form a striking spike of a flower. With hues ranging from pink, purple, red, blue to white, it can be used long in a sheaf style bouquet or individually wired to add blue highlights to your bouquet.
Freesia is famous for its fresh, fruity scent, packing a lot of fragrance in just a few blossoms. A couple of stems are all that’s needed to make a bouquet sweet-smelling. The green buds clustered along the thin, arched stem open gradually into delicate flowers.
Lilac, a beautifully fragrant cluster of blooms billowing from woody stems and branches make up the romantic lilac, inspiring us with romantics. It is a simple flower carrying with it the beauty and richness of nature and giving it to someone can always make a fine and simple gesture of friendship.
And since it’s already autumn, don’t hesitate to use gerbera in flower arrangements for wedding parties. With its big round flowers, in vivid and captivating colors, gerbera makes strong accents in any floral combination.
Last, but not least, the iris, specifically the bearded iris, is another perfect choice for an October wedding. They are stunning flowers on their own and a more contemporary option for the non-traditional bride, with a sweet promise in love, faith and cherished friendship.
Sources: Bridalguide.com, Homelife.com.au, Theknot.com