October wedding flowers are becoming more in demand considering the fact that there are more fall weddings than ever before. Having a wedding in October gives the bride the option to use the beautiful colors of the season in her wedding color scheme.
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Brides can choose to either use Fall wedding flowers flowers which are specifically in bloom in the autumn or flowers which are available yearlong.
Now is the time to decide if you want to use October Wedding Flowers specifically or if you would rather use flowers available year round. Many brides choose to use a healthy mix of both.
There are many flowers available for your fall wedding. Using these flowers will help you bring the beautiful and vibrant colors of the season to your wedding. Need to know what flowers are in season in the fall? Here is a small list to get you started:
Now that you have lists of names of appropriate October wedding flowers and flowers available all year, it is time to start getting ideas on what flowers to use. You can of course start by deciding the color of the flowers you need. Many weddings have one or two central colors that they plan the décor and flowers around.
Your type of wedding could also determine your color. For instance if you are planning a traditional wedding you might look for mostly white, ivory and light colored flowers but if you are planning a glamorous wedding your October wedding flowers might be more bold, like using dark shades of chocolate brown or deep purple.
Need more ideas for October wedding flowers? Look on the internet, check
out wedding design books in your local library or bookstore or go to the local newsstand for the latest bridal magazines.
Consult with a local florist on what flowers they can obtain from the above lists and what will work the best for your wedding. Tell your florist about your wedding colors, themes and ideas. If you have fabric swatches, photos of already purchased decorations, a photo of your wedding cake, or photos of the ceremony or reception site bring them with you.