New England is famous for their beautiful seasonal changes, which offers us a plethora of different scenery and climates to enjoy. Undoubtedly the most celebrated out of the four are typically the autumn months of September, October and November. It isn’t hard to guess why since we are constantly reminded of the reason every time we step outside our front doors. The incredible rainbow of color that touches almost all elements of Boston’s environment provide us with a natural beauty that stays long with us after the snow begins to drift. In order to capture the magnificence that the fall offers us we press leaves, take photographs and create decorative pieces to display within our yards and homes. That’s why Bean Town’s florists are already prepping their inventories to use this theme throughout their autumn arrangements. How do they intend to use this style without making vase work look shoddy or messy? Take a look at these samples from designers that are wowing the city’s flower lovers with their exquisite use of seasonal color and texture!
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Green and orange roses pop when Even wedding bouquets can utilize
with purple kale and green/red leaves. the autumn theme by tucking red
maple leaves into the cascade.
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It’s not hard to bring the outdoors Make your own fall wreath by weaving
into your home by plucking a few several multi-colored branches together.
branches and placing them in a clear
vase with pebbles on the bottom and
a small amount of water.