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A smart color scheme is the place to start for much of your wedding planning. Whether you'd like a subdued, elegant wedding or the bold party of the century, colors can help tell your story. Click through our favorite wedding color combinations to inspire the rest of your celebration.View Slideshow
You'll adore by these pretty autumn-inspired bouquets.
The vibrant colors of late summer and fall make this round bouquet a stand-out. It includes dark red dahlias, golden black-eyed Susans, yellow and orange calla lilies, purple trachelium, and orange roses. Green hydrangea blossoms act as a neutral buffer between the intense colors of the other flowers.
For a boldly elegant bouquet to carry down the aisle, combine flame calla lilies, orange roses, and burnt orange hypericum berries.
This sleek bouquet of dark burgundy calla lilies and deep red roses is nestled in a bed of green hydrangeas and accented with eye-catching clusters of hypericum berries.
Generous blossoms of orange and yellow dahlias mingle with fresh green gladiolus for a cheerful bouquet. The grouping is balanced with the deeper tones in orange montbretia, cockscomb, clover, and copper echinacea. Top off this seasonal bouquet with a plaid ribbon in your color scheme.
What could be more dramatic than this bouquet of deep burgundy calla lilies with red dahlias and Black Magic roses? The monochromatic assortment creates a high-style look..
Magenta dahlias and a few sprigs of wax flowers create a strikingly simple bouquet. These substantial flowers last about two weeks after cutting and easily stand up to tousling. Dahlias are available in shades of white, pink, red, yellow, orange, and purple.
All shades of red -- from magenta to wine -- come together in this round bouquet. Chocolate cosmos, calla lilies, gloriosa lilies, dahlias, orchids, seeded eucalyptus, and ferns are arranged informally for a fresh-from-the-garden look.
A rhinestone butterfly flutters around this golden yellow and peach rose bouquet. Bouquet jewels, such as this butterfly, or subtler accents, such as petite pearls, are simple ways to dress up an arrangement.
Velvety deep-red roses and luxurious near-black calla lilies lend this hand-tied bouquet an air of mysterious elegance. Sprigs of seeded eucalyptus provide rich textural interest.