Friday, November 18, 2011

Hafner Florist Offers Vivid Contrasts, Interesting Textures to Create Unique Fall Wedding Flower Trends

Written by Abigail Sterling, Published November 17, 2011

At a glance, flower options for the autumn bride may seem limited to dark, lifeless blooms.  However, Hafner Florist redefines fall wedding flower trends this season with dramatic texture and color contrasts.  Popular fall colors such as mustard, coral, phlox, and pale lavender paired with deep, rich tones like crimson, coffee, and sage create vivid contrasts that evoke the coziness of fall.  Luckily, many “classic” wedding flowers with accompanying sentiments of love and fortune, such as roses, calla lilies, hydrangeas, and dahlias, come in a variety of these colors.  In sequential order, these flowers are symbolic of joy, understanding, purity of marriage, and infinite bond; all are grown in colorful hues perfect for any Northwest Ohio fall wedding flowers.   

Fall trends not only mimic the bold colors of changing leaves, but also demonstrate the varying textures of these leaves, adding depth and interest to any autumnal colors.  Integrating the popular “green” trend, which emphasizes a variety of leaves, greens, and pods, into these fall trends adds unique, dramatic beauty.  Designers can also utilize accessories, such as velvety ribbon, to create texture. 

Having a wedding in Northwest Ohio or Southeastern Michigan? For additional information regarding Hafner Florist’s wedding flowers, visit the Hafner Florist Weddings website or find Hafner Florist on Facebook.