Some #SouthernBlooms table inspiration via @thewedding_concierge! #Repost @thewedding_concierge ・・・ How absolutely perfect is this fall wedding table scape! We love the whimsy rustic feel! Flowers by @southern_blooms, Photography by @jenfariello, Event Design by @shindig_weddings, also with @classicfestive and @skylinetentcompany. #rustic #love #wedding #beautiful #weddingdecor #weddingreception #flowers #freshflowers #tabledecor #tablescape #lantern #chandelier #hydrangea #flowergram #fall #fallwedding #weddinginspiration #weddingphotography #outdoorwedding #tabletop
This season's colour palettes are a blend of rustic and sophisticated themes. Dramatic hues such as wine red or marsala (Pantone's Colour of the Year for 2015), white, orange, grey, olive and brown offer a more in-depth texture to table settings, cakes, bouquets, and so on.
Instead of full-on rustic details, which have been on many brides' Pinterest boards for several seasons now, weddings are now more inclined towards rustic-glamour. Vintage touches such as wood elements, baby's breath, and farm-style celebrations are now incorporated with romantic and luxurious colour palettes such as blush pink, gold, and grey - the best of both worlds.
Whether for your bouquet, aisle decorations, or centrepieces, flowers are a great way to play up any theme subtly. For fall/winter, consider using berries, twigs, hellebores, dusty millers, honeysuckle, alstromeria, amaranthus, lilies, protea, narcissus, Queen Anne's lace, and roses - which are usually in season during the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere.
On the runways for fall/winter 2015: Bridal separates, plunging necklines, sheer necklines, dramatic embellishments (such as glitter, as well as intricate beadworks), floral appliques and light, flowy silhouettes, which are actually perfect for our tropical climate.