Season of Change: 2020 Fall Wedding Flowers

Lindsey and Chad’s Indoor Ceremony | Photo by Honeybee Weddings

Our 2020 wedding season was full or surprises that meant we needed to be flexible every step of the way. From rescheduling spring and summer weddings into the fall season to moving an outdoor wedding inside in under thirty minutes to accommodate for rain, we’ve had our share of challenges. No matter what, though, our 2020 fall wedding flowers added something oh-so-special to each couple’s big day.

2020’s fall wedding flowers will be marked by the lovely pops of chocolate and rust that accent our florals. These colors tied our bouquets so perfectly to the season, representing the transition from the soft and colorful palette of summer to the darker, moodier colors of winter. We also loved seeing focus on stunning ceremony decor, with many of our couples incorporating chair flowers and archway flowers.

Lindsey and Chad’s Airy Romance Wedding

Lindsey and Chad’s romantic wedding is sure to be one of our forever favorites, and likely, one of our most memorable. After we had set-up their outdoor ceremony along the stunning backdrop of Montana’s natural beauty, it began to rain. In only thirty minutes, we Lindsey and Chad set-up for a lovely and intimate indoor ceremony.

The 2020 fall wedding flowers for the indoor ceremony merged modern with fairytale. We opted for a more minimalist design that added softness and light to the space. We absolutely loved how the pops of chocolate tones in Lindsey and Chad’s florals looked against the windows and shiplap walls. These colors in Lindsey’s bouquet, especially, added lovely depth and shape.

Katie and Drew’s Rusted Woods Wedding

We traveled to a small, private venue in Spokane for Katie and Drew’s wedding. The intimacy of the setting carried into their 2020 fall wedding flowers. For this couple, we leaned into the vibrant rust tones as a focal point for design. This unmistakable autumnal hue allowed us to show autumn’s creativity and desired colors.

Katie’s bouquet paired these rusty oranges with soft muted greens, displaying the seasonal transition. We especially loved the movement of her bouquet, which gave us the energy of summer’s growth and blooming and the contemplation of autumn.

The magic of autumn in Spokane was particularly remarkable since we were able to connect with wedding vendors Katie Berg Photo and Pearl and Tin. The wedding season is often a time for us to form lasting relationships.

Sarai and Andrew’s Moody Mountain Wedding

When we think back to Sarai and Andrew’s fall wedding flowers, we remember the sophistication of their floral design. Pairing the deep chocolate browns and rusted reds with whites and pale yellows was a delicate practice that resulted in perfection.

We especially liked the tamed wildness of Sarai and Andrew’s archway flowers, which popped against the dark backdrop. Throughout this couple’s design we played up the contrast of light and dark, using the juxtaposition to show autumnal elegance. These color pairings definitely added intimacy and a special kind of beauty to Sarai and Andrew’s ceremony.

Looking toward the next season

We’re still in awe of the beauty 2020’s fall wedding flowers brought us. Now that this season is at a close, we’re looking toward our winter designs. We’ve brought out our dried beauties in preparation for winter wreaths and arrangements. Winter, for us, means looking inward and reflecting on our past work, improving our craft, and preparing for the next wedding season.

We’re still booking 2021 weddings!

We still have space for couples in the 2021 wedding season. If you’re interested in booking with us, contact us for a free consultation.