This is one of our favorite seasons for florals – autumn palattes strike the perfect balance between rich pairings and abundant warmth. An intentional departure from those blush & delicate selections we see in the summer months, this is an opportunity to take some risks and play with textures, colors and levels in your arrangements.
We’ve been longtime admirers of Beet & Yarrow and they nail it in the creativity department, particularly with the unique selections we love so much. We sat down to chat with them about the trending vibes of the season, both in special events and every day arrangements. We think their services are perfect for holiday parties, a Thanksgiving tablescape or even inspiration to try your own. Just wait to see what unexpected item they plug in as a surprise factor! (Spoiler alert: it totally works).
From the experts:
“One trend that we are focusing on is the pairing of dusty (or antiqued) romantic colors like mauve, dusty rose, blush, and brushed golds with starkly contrasting rich tones. As you can see in the arrangement shown, we chose magnolia tips to incorporate a rich rusty brown color and deep emerald greens with an overall muted palette of warm pinks and whites which made our focal flowers really pop with those more traditional fall harvest reds and oranges.”
“The second trend we have loved playing with is incorporating fruits into our arrangements! Experiment with apples, pomegranates, pumpkins, gourds, pears; even mushrooms, peppers or whatever speaks to you and your palette! In the arrangement pictured we used two pear varieties to bring in the harvest theme and some really beautiful color as well.”
We love these so much we may just pop down to their shop tomorrow to adorn our own tables! You’re welcome to do the same by visiting their storefront at The Source in Denver.
Can’t get enough and want to try your hand at floral design? Beet & Yarrow is hosting a workshop on November 20 – registration beginning November 7th. Mark your calendars!
Thank you B&Y team for chatting with us!
Photos via Beet & Yarrow