Blooms in Season: September

Goodbye summer, hello fall!

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Happy September! Does anyone know how we got here so fast? It feels like summer went by in the blink of an eye. With this transition-into-fall period comes some beautiful seasonal flowers you’ll want to get your hands on for your September wedding. Keep reading to discover new favorites!

 

 

 

 

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Sunrise Sunset Roses

This stunning variety has a vibrant pink color that fades to apricot near the middle. Slightly fragrant and bountiful in its blooms, this rose will have you missing summer but ready for autumn.

 

 

 

Photo | Martha Stewart Weddings

Lily of the Incas

Also known as the Peruvian lily, this floriferous plant boast a beautiful blend of warm colors. Its funnel-shaped flowers are known for their long lasting qualities, making them a perfect pick for your wedding day!

 

 

 

Photo | Style Me Pretty

Chrysanthemum

These mums are actually members of the daisy family! They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors, and peak in the last summer to early fall season (AKA, now). A symbol of the sun, the Japanese consider the uniform unfolding of the chrysanthemum’s petals to represent perfection, and Confucius once suggested they be used for meditation. It’s also said that a single petal of this flower placed at the bottom of a wine glass will encourage a long and healthy life. Convinced yet?

 

 

 

Photo | Style Me Pretty

Coxcomb

The Coxcomb flower received its name after many saw its resemblance to a rooster. This funky flower is bound to make a statement and is a stunner in any centerpiece. Blooming in yellow, pink, crimson, green and orange, you’ve got a bright array to choose from!

 

 

 

Photo | Ben Q

Goldenrod

This seasonal bloom brings  the brilliance of fall in its warm golden tones. Commonly found in wide open spaces such as fields, meadows and prairies, this classic filler flower completes any arrangement.

 

 

 

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‘Happy Single Date’ Dahlia

An ironic name, isn’t it? This variety of dahlia has deep bronze foliage and a chocolate brown center contrasting its bright orange flowers. Cheerful yet cozy, this flower is the perfect flower to kick of the fall season.

 

 

Which September flower will you make yours? Tag us in your wedding photos from this month!