Just because you’re getting married in the Autumn doesn’t mean you can’t use beautiful flowers at your wedding. If you are planning a Halloween-themed bash, you can still take full advantage of traditional wedding bouquets and buttonholes, or choose artificial arrangements with a little more winter flair. We’ve got some tips to help you get your flowers just right, whether you are going for a creepy or classy Halloween wedding.
You can never go wrong with pumpkin accents. Nothing says Halloween like a pumpkin. With a silk flower arrangement that incorporates pumpkins, your bridesmaids, groom, and groomsmen will all fit perfectly into your Halloween theme. Little pumpkins as accents to the other flowers in your arrangement are the best way to keep the theme going, without going overboard.
Even you are planning a creepy Halloween wedding, you still may want some fresh-looking flowers to breathe a little life into your big day. You can go creepy and scary with other elements, but still, symbolize the beginning of your new life with beautiful fake flowers.
Silk blooms won’t wilt in the cold weather. One of the biggest struggles of planning a fall wedding, and especially a Halloween wedding, is finding the right flowers and especially finding fresh flowers. If you opt for silk flowers, over fresh flowers, you won’t have to worry about the flowers wilting or dying before you walk down the aisle.
Instead, they will stay looking just as fresh as the day you purchased them, even years after the wedding, making a wonderful wedding day keepsake. This is the best way to ensure that you get a pristine looking buttonhole or bouquet, instead of risking getting old, wilting, and drooping real flowers.
Orange, green, white, and tan are perfect Autumnal colours. Worried that the wedding bouquet won’t match your colours? Our Autumn bouquets and buttonholes are a beautiful mix of natural and neutral colours, so you get the best colours of Autumn, without disrupting your colour story. Even if your Halloween wedding is intended to be creepy, these flowers will look beautiful against your blacks and oranges.
They will also be the perfect accent to a more subtle Halloween-theme, pulling in both the colour of nature and the colours of Halloween. They look real, providing you with all of the colours you want, without the hassle of real flowers.