September, the October or the November month, then perhaps you might like to wear a brown wedding bouquet!
Not only white wedding bouquets exist in this world available for weddings, but other colors can also be used for the wedding flowers according to each season of the wedding. Modern brides realize now that going white on the big day is not necessarily a good idea. When we think of flowers the first think that comes to our mind is the color, the vibrant natural color. And if we know that flowers look better when colored than white, why do we even struggle so much to wear white wedding flower bouquets?
Any season, except for the winter time is perfect for exploring and incorporating colors that are seasonal and more suitable for the natural landscape than white. Nowadays any color is “permitted” in weddings, especially in wedding flowers and bouquets. So, in the first paragraph we said something about brown wedding bouquets and autumnal weddings. Well, we personally think that this color is one of the most adequate and flattering one that can match with what the autumn season stands for.
If you find the brown color to be just too dark, dramatic, whimsical and sober for a happy wedding day, you can also use other contrasting or complementary colors like peach or burnt orange, cream, pale pink, champagne, beige, pale blue or light blue, purple, violet, lavender, teal, scarlet red, burgundy, buttercup yellow, forest green, sage green or gold.
As you can see, there are many other colors that can be combined with brown in order to obtain a more easy-going, light and softer to the eye bouquet. But what flowers are there to find in this unique powerful strong color? The choices are not that diverse, but enough to help you create a more original, one of a kind and stunning surprising brown wedding bouquet.
Here are a few suggestions of real fresh brown wedding flowers that you can look for: Leonia roses – chocolate brown or maroon, cosmos, brown gerbera daises – with pink or white centers or cream gerbera daises with brown or black centers, freesias, dahlias, carnations, gladiolas, hydrangeas, hypericum berries, tulips or cream anemones with black centers.
You can complete the look of a brown wedding bouquet with seasonal leaves, fruits, branches, feathers, cones or other herbs that can finish the bouquet’s look and make it even more authentic, natural and realistic.
If these types of natural brown flowers don’t seem to be on your taste, look for artificial brown flowers made from silk, paper, origami, brooches or other sparkling vintage or fancy accessories and jewelries. Alternative wedding bouquets made from beads, pearls, crystals, gems, sequins, monograms and diamonds are quite popular these days.