Wedding Ceremony and Reception Site
A wonderful place to hold a harvest-themed ceremony and reception is at an actual farm. A converted barn would be an added bonus. If you know someone in your family who has a hobby farm, ask if they would be willing to let you have your ceremony and/or reception there. If you don’t have someone in the family, try looking in your areas for farms that can be rented for just such an occasion. If you can’t have your reception at a farm, choose a venue with a natural feel. A park, vineyard, or arboretum would also be great locations to remind you and your guests of harvest-time.
Fall Wedding Flowers
A fall wedding offers a bountiful choice when it comes to flowers, berries and greenery. Roses are popular no matter what the season. Roses come in a wide-range of colors just right for fall, including chocolate brown, burnt orange, coral, deep burgundy, tangerine, red/orange, tomato red, purple, and apricot. Gloriosa Lilies have bright crimson red petals edged in gold. Their glossy leaves add to this dramatic flower that will bring a sense of the tropics or festivity to any bouquet or floral arrangement. These lovely flowers combine well with roses, calla lilies and freesias. Orange Gerbera Daisies; apricot or cream colored Lilies; rust, burgundy. royal purple or red Hydrangeas; yellow, orange, or brick red Montbretia; Chrysanthemums in yellow, bronze, purple, salmon, and deep burgundy red; and deep red Boston Ivy make excellent choices for your floral arrangements. Hypericum berries (also known as St. John’s Wort) come naturally in raisin brown, as well as some newer hybrid varieties in shades of yellow, green, red, orange and salmon pink Sprigs of colorful autumn leaves, dried wheat and rye add texture to bouquets and centerpieces. Instead of having your flower girl drop petals down the aisle, she could drop colorful autumn leaves (real or silk).
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