"Fall is one of our favorite times in the woods," says Nancy. "We love to forage for unique textures, mosses, pods. ferns and foliages to complement the amazing fall dahlia's, garden roses, ranunculas, hydrangeas, hellebores, nine bark, grasses and wheats."
And what about sunflowers, a perennial favorite for fall brides? "Of course we are still using beautiful traditional sunflowers," says Nancy."But to make it a little more unique, we have started to use bicolor and white varieties."
Additionally, she notes that her team has seen a trend in couples choosing colors outside of a traditional fall palette. "It is wonderful to be choosing nudes, butterscotches, blush and possible a hint of plum or merlot," she says.
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