Halloween Wedding Flower Centerpieces

Posted in: Wedding Flowers by Brideorama | October 19th 2010 | 3 comments

Are you planning a fabulous Halloween themed wedding and you haven’t found the perfect wedding flower arrangement for the wedding, for decorating, creating and recreating the Halloween wedding atmosphere that you’ve always wanted to be a part of on your wedding day?

Well, perhaps now it’s time to become more creative and invest more time and energy in searching and finding the wright types of flowers and the best colors that will help with organizing the perfect wedding, the wedding of your dreams. Maybe this topic is not exactly the one that everybody expects to read about in the category of wedding articles.

But we are convinced that there are enough brides out there who can really appreciate our suggestion and our effort in bringing into discussion this type of topics related to weddings. The Halloween holiday has become very popular in the last few years also in relation to weddings and we are glad to see that more and more modern couples are willing to choose such a powerful, dramatic and unconventional theme for their wedding. We are happy to see that colorful weddings are also gaining more popularity as seasons go by. Nowadays we get the chance to see that not only warm season weddings are considered trendy, but autumn or winter time weddings as well.

“Colors” is our main subject of discussion fin this article and hopefully you will be both pleased and a little intrigued or at least feeling a little different when gazing at these images representing Halloween wedding flower centerpieces that we have discovered, especially for you. As you can see in these pictures, colors like orange, brown, black, red, cream, green, beige, maroon, burgundy, plum, red scarlet, navy blue, dark green, dark purple, violet or magenta are the ones that prevail.

When the time comes, selecting the right types of colors or the best color scheme or palette for a wedding inspired by the Halloween holiday can prove to be a difficult and the bride must find a way in which to handle the situation and to find matching nuances and derived shades that can really create that “wow” factor that we’re all looking for in a whimsical weird or unusual wedding. You have to make sure that the color palette is going to balance the natural beauty of the flowers and match perfectly with the location and the season in which the wedding takes place. In general, weddings that are planned by following such a dark creepy theme are booked for autumn or winter.

Colder seasons are preferred for these types of themes – considered by some horrific themes, because the colors are considered more “glacial”, dramatic, bold and dynamic. When it comes to choosing the right flowers for composing the Halloween wedding flower centerpieces we recommend the following ones because they are more popular these days: calla lilies – mango calla lilies, sunset roses, carnations, dahlias, tulips, pumpkins, orchids, gardenias, magnolias, asters, gerbera daises, gladiolas or chrysanthemums.1

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3 Responses to Halloween Wedding Flower Centerpieces

  1. Jen says:

    Wow these Halloween decorations look so original and unique. I especially like the red cocktail with something crawling out!

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