9 Oct

fall bouquet | by The Southern Table | 100 Layer Cake

We could all use a little floral arrangement help from the pros, yes? When we snuck a peek at this styled shoot by the ever so creative, The Southern Table we knew we had to find out exactly what blooms were used, and share it with you guys. It’s loaded with every color we love in an arrangement – pink, yellow, peach, and just the right amount of maroon hues to make it the perfect fall wedding bouquet.

fall bouquet | by The Southern Table | photo by Apryl Ann Photography | 100 Layer Cake

These ranunculus boutonnieres coupled with various tiny buds from other flowers are so sweet & simple.

fall bouquet | by The Southern Table | photo by Apryl Ann Photography | 100 Layer Cake

fall bouquet | by The Southern Table | photo by Apryl Ann Photography | 100 Layer Cake

Now that’s an aisle worthy bouquet! Photo by Apryl Ann Photography 

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Comments

  1. Peonies & ranunculus are spring flowers, not fall flowers. I’d love to see some seasonally appropriate blooms in your fall-themed bouquets, instead of flowers that are going to break the bank–not to mention that buying flowers out of season is tough on global warming & the environment in general.

  2. We love these fall flowers…simply beautiful!

    xoxo,
    The Ladies of Intertwined

  3. Hi Ashley,

    Thanks so much for bringing this up. In lue of using peonies or ranunculus, we suggest adding in more cream colored dahlia’s and roses. While a ranunculus is typically a spring flower, you can sometimes find people growing them in greenhouse in the early Fall.

    We’ll certainly share more seasonally appropriate bouquets in the future.

    Thx!

  4. Ashley,

    I think the reference to Fall was based on the hues in the bouquet, not the specific flowers used. It seems as though the focus here was utilizing a variety of color and texture palettes to present a unique and creative work of art. I commend the designer on pairing the deep dues of the Japanese Maple and Dahlias with the softer Campanella Roses. It’s BEAUTIFUL! Great work, Southern Table!

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