Post # 1
I have read that white flowers are inappropriate for fall weddings.
However, I had red roses when I got married and I want my vow renewal to look different.
I would love white roses, but I am afraid they will look foolish. The theme is going to be black and white, and while red would add a splash of color, I really love how formal white roses look.
My vow renewal is a long way off, but I like talking about it because it makes me happy.
Post # 3
@TakeTwo: I am having a winter wedding and I am pretty sure I am using mostly if not all white flowers. I think that if white is what you want then you should go for it, who makes these rules anyway? 🙂
Post # 4
I am having a fall wedding and will have a mostly white bouquet (with a few light pink roses). I’m pretty sure you can do whatever you want.
Post # 5
You can do whatever you want 🙂 I’m having spring colors in the fall…. But it’s what I love so I know it will be perfect
Post # 6
@TakeTwo: Use what you want. White roses are gorgeous.
Post # 7
I was considering white roses for my fall wedding! They were so much more flexible in terms of decorating and accessories, if that makes sense. Go for it! Happy planning!
Post # 8
Thanks for all the support and kind answers!
I’m not sure who makes these rules…florists? Etiquette experts?
I suppose flowers are supposed to reflect the season, so darker flowers are meant for fall and winter while the bright ones are for the warmer weather.
Post # 9
White flowers work for any wedding imho. Beautiful and classic:)
Post # 10
I’m having a winter wedding (Nov 10th) and I’m pretty sure I’m going with a white bouquet. I think white flowers are always appropriate, regardless of season 🙂
Post # 11
Have anything you like! I don’t see why it matters to be honest.
Post # 12
@TakeTwo: You do you girlfriend. If you want the white roses. Get the white roses 🙂
Post # 13
I used white/ivory flowers and dark purple.. I would use them even if I had a summer, fall, or winter wedding.
Post # 14
I bet that looked stunning. Congrats by the way.