Fall and winter are the seasons of jewel tones, and this is absolutely fair for the weddings, too. Many couple today add splashes of bold colors to their fall or winter weddings, to raise the mood, to shine and have stunning eye-catchy décor. Flowers are an indispensable part of any wedding décor, whatever theme and style you’ve chosen, they create an ambience and remind everyone that this is an important event, and that’s why today I’d like to share some ideas for florals to use at a jewel tone wedding, bold, chic, lush and very eye-catching – you’ll enjoy for sure!
If you’ve chosen jewel tones for your wedding, you don’t have to rock a super bold gown, just carry some gorgeous textural bouquet in the same colors and this way you’ll highlight the theme. It may be an elegant one or two tone bouquet or a multicolor wedding bouquet with all the jewel tones possible, from emerald to hot red. Make it textural with greenery and a cool wrap that matches one of the jewel tones, or go for a moody dark bouquet in dark burgundy and almost black and refresh it with green leaves. Don’t be afraid to mix luxurious tones altogether because jewel shades blend perfectly.
A chic jewel tone centerpiece in bright shades will fit any wedding décor, from boho lux to vintage. Violet, purple, hot red and pink, deep blue and green, burgundy and orange blooms with textural greenery and leaves will make your tablescape stunning. Such decorations look cool with berries and even fruit, they look more dark lux and decadent, and what can be cooler for a fall wedding? Place your centerpieces in amazing metallic gold and copper vases and bottles to give them even more interest, if it’s a rustic wedding, you may use boxes or baskets.
Decorate your wedding arch, altar or arbor with luxurious jewel tone florals. Add fabric, textural leaves, candle holders, macramé, antlers and stuff like that according to your wedding theme. Super bold jewel tone flowers will definitely make your wedding arch vibrant and very memorable, a perfect backdrop for your nuptials. The material of the arch itself is up to you and your wedding theme: metal, driftwood, vine, branches or any other material will be great if it fits your wedding decor.