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Flower color tone

Emely, on October 22, 2020 at 1:59 PM Posted in Style and Décor 0 7
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Hey everyone! My first post here!
I got engaged a couple weeks ago, and I’m still thinking about color schemes and so on. But the bouquet I’m really in love with the whole pink-yellow bright colors (like in the picture), but I’m concerned it may not match with my September 5th wedding. I live in SC and it’s really hot in here beginning of September, more summer than fall feels. But still worried this kind of flowers may be more spring like. Any thoughts on that? Thank you!Flower color tone 1
Flower color tone 2


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  • M
    Super January 2019
    Maggie ·
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    Those two photos have very different color schemes, but even so, I think either would be absolutely fine for a summer wedding. September 5th is still summer by the calendar and by your local weather. Smiley smile

    Edited to add: I think those are yellow tulips in the 1st pic, which probably won't be available in September. The colors are fine, but it's always best to go with what a local florist recommends for type of flower available for the time of year.

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  • Shelly
    Devoted January 2022
    Shelly ·
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    If you love it, then go for it! I think that color scheme will be fine, considering it will be so warm still around that time of year (I'm from GA, so I feel ya!). Between the two photos, I personally love the second one the best. I feel like the shades it has in it are more representative of fall than the first bouquet!

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  • M
    Super October 2022
    Michele ·
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    Flowers bloom in all colors year round. Mother Nature doesn't decide that one color combo or flower type can't exist due to the time of the year. So go with whatever you love.
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  • V
    Master July 2019
    Veronica ·
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    My suggestion is to make sure the flowers you like are in season. If they aren't in season, they are going to be harder to get therefore more expensive.
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  • Michelle
    VIP April 2021
    Michelle ·
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    I agree with Veronica. Ask your florist what’s in season & go from there.
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  • Corrin
    Dedicated May 2021
    Corrin ·
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    Honestly when it comes to style, the most important part is what color scheme you like not what season it may represent. If you like spring/summer colors, definitely do them even if it's fall! Talk with your florist. They may say that they can do the colors you want but it'll have to be different types of flowers that are actually growing during September.

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  • Super August 2020
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    September 5th is late summer, but it's still summer, so you don't need to worry about your colors not being fallish enough. I think the peachy flowers in the second image make that bouquet look a little more springy, but I still think it would work if you wanted to go with those colors.
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