The weather is getting colder, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t have the best flowers for your wedding –or any event, for that matter. Fall is usually related to warm colors, but colder weather in general; if you could personify fall as a person, it would be feminine, but bright.

If you’re planning to organize your wedding during these months, there are some considerations to keep in mind: the temperature, how many types of flowers you are going to use, and how long it would take you to plan out the flowers you will use.

So, what are my options?

Now that you know your questions, do you know which are the most typical?






These are the symbols of fall. Their bright colors and leafiness make it the perfect flowers to complement a bouquet or a centerpiece.







 New York Daisy



To add a touch of purple, New York Daisies or Michaelmas Daisies are ideal. These types of daisies are exactly what you’re looking for if you are in need of a delicate touch or if you’re looking for the missing piece in your bouquet.








Their name refer to sunny days;  sunflowers, or perennials, are the vibrant touch your centerpiece might need!









Pansies are probably the most perfect fall flower: they offer versatility thanks to the variety of colors, and they don’t only blossom during the fall; they’re also perfect for spring!







With their beautiful shades of pink, purple, blue and white, asters are ideal all year round. Plus, their colors are great to break the color palette.






Tell us, which are the flowers that can make the most important events unforgettable?