Fall is rich in seasonal hues that add a vibrant splash to any wedding scheme. But, let’s face it, while the jewel tones of the season can set a scene that any bride will love, you have to be careful about picking the perfect shades.
When you elope, you get to focus on doing everything the way you want to do it. No worrying about friends and family members — your dress, flowers, and décor are exactly what you want it to be. And that means that you aren’t restricted to traditional dresses when you get married. Think about your destination before you decide on your wardrobe.
Different seasons bring with it different blooms. You may not have thought about it, but the season that you scheduled your wedding for is going to have an impact on the flowers that are available. If you want the freshest, most beautiful, locally sourced flowers, you may want to concentrate on the ones that are in season. Further, each season has its own unique color palette, which you may want to follow.
Most flowers bloom by the season, but certain flowers grow year-round. If you want to find the perfect flowers for your wedding, you might want to consider some that bloom all year. Your local florist will already have a selection of these flowers, and they’ll often cost much less than trying to source flowers that are out of season.