Visions of pumpkins, orange hues and darker tones come into play, and as September is coming to a close, the arrival of the fall season is officially in place.
The mood is relatively darker, with flashes of yellow, orange, and golden patches of flowers and plants come into full bloom, in turn the weather shifts from a relative dry spell of summer and welcomes the oncoming rush of the winter time.
With the changing weather and geographic conditions, it is but likely that the some flowers and plants will unfortunately be unavailable for use in certain celebrations. However, this is actually a chance to lavishly step out of the trite flower arrangements, and have the opportunity to add more than just a splash of warm tones for your wedding.
As it would be wise and more budget friendly to pick flowers that are in season, you can easily pattern your entourage's ensembles to nature's color palletes, the same colors that are abundant on your wedding flower arrangements and decorations.
Sure, you can still count on roses, daisies, lilies and orchids for support, but the eclectic mix of chrysanthemums, hydrangeas, and asters gives an added spice to the neutral tones of beige and white on the wedding decorations front.
Here's a guide on which flowers are in full bloom this fall season:
These Oak Leaf Hydrangeas normally blooms from early spring to late autumn. Hydrangeas are a stunning example of fall flowers as its large, beautiful leaves changes to lush colors of yellow, orange and red.
Chrysanthemums are at best one of the easiest plants to take care of, this perennial can be planted at any season, though it should be noted that proper timing and preparation are needed for them to fully grow.
Whether be it in buttons, daisy, decorative or spider form, chrysanthemums are one of the most sought after flowers used for bouquets and arrangements.
Although a member of the sunflower family, this perfect fall flower uncannily resembles daisies in its appearance. This gorgeous patch of violet flowers sets the mood for the fall season.