How to Make Fall Bridal Bouquets
A fall bridal bouquet can incorporate earth-tone flowers, such as sunflowers, cosmos and darker roses, but it can also include berries and greenery. Make the perfect bouquet for a fall wedding with helpful tips from a professional florist in this free video on wedding flowers.
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Hello, my name is Crystal Nassar, with Tuscany Florist, in Rancho Mirage, California, and I'm going to show you how to make a fall bridal bouquet. There's actually a lot of colors you can use for fall. We tend to think of fall in oranges, bricks, greens, yellows, you know, browns, so there's a lot you can use. I have chosen to use like a terra cotta color rose, and green berries; we love berries for fall, some dark red spray roses, and some green hydrangea, a little bit of greenery. So, it's just going to be a simple hand-held bouquet. You want to make sure you don't have any thorns on your roses. I'm just going to start with a little bit of greenery and just start putting it together there, and just start blending the colors in. It's going to be so pretty, the contrast, and we're going to just randomly start adding berries and some of the spray roses, so, and you can tie this off with a beautiful brown ribbon. So, I'm just putting them together and then I'm going to add some more green hydrangea, some more berries, so pretty. I've done some weddings where we've used pumpkins in the centerpieces. That's very fall. Okay, so it's all coming together. You would think of this as more fall than winter or summer or spring, okay. See, the berries make a big difference there, and a little bit more greenery and it's just very simple. Wrap it with some gorgeous deep brown satin ribbon and you have a perfect fall arrangement. I'm Crystal Nassar, with Tuscany Florist, in Rancho Mirage, California, and I hope you enjoyed my demonstration on how to make a fall bridal bouquet.