Fall Florals

Wednesday, December 8, 2010






I know Christmas is just around the corner, but I had to share this stunning autumn shoot for Brooklyn Bride's feature, Outside the Flower Box. Crabapple seating cards, a bouquet peppered with radishes and persimmons nestled next to an arrangement of vibrant dahlias is the perfect accompaniment to rustic mason jars, vintage books and an antique milk crate, all brilliantly designed by Poppies & Posies and photographed by Trent Bailey.

38 comments:

  1. Totally back you up. Fall's too short or maybe Christmas arrives too early. Love this fall flowers.

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  2. look at those marvelous dahlias! i also have a huge crush with berry sprinkled arrangements - love!
    xo,
    sylvie of silver lining

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  3. Truly stunning arangements. Love the plates too!

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  4. These are just so fallish and gorgeous! I must say that the dahlia is really becoming one of my favorite flowers. I'm currently trying to convince one of my brides into trading gerbra daisies (no comment) for dahlias!

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  5. i love the homely feel of these photos

    ps, i'm having a christmas jumper giveaway (:

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  6. these are marvelous. really, really, marvelous!

    xo Alison

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  7. this remind me I need to get flowers for my house. there's so much i want to learn. i really want to learn how to make pretty floral arrangements.

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  8. I love the flower choices and container. Crab apples bring back so many childhood memories.

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  9. Don't worry about the Xmas coming, darling!!! it's always a joy, looking at such stunning floral pics!
    Kisses to you.
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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  10. wow! that table centerpiece is stunning!

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  11. I love the straw and the mason jar glass.

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  12. love the milk crate floral centerpiece!

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  13. the radishes in the bouquets are so amazing and unconventional! This would be a great spread for farm or ranch wedding

    xo Carlina
    AllergicToVanilla.com

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  14. Oh this is just breathtakingly beautiful.

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  15. these images are completely gorgeous!!

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  16. such lovely colors and I love how they put the guest names in that green apple...cute idea

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  17. I absolutely adore florals that bring in some odd, interesting and UNEXPECTED element. The radishes against the soft pink petals....so lovely.

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  18. I love the mix of color, I feel like fall gets skipped over too quickly!

    Are those radishes in the bouquet? Love that it's hand tied with rope!

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  19. Just gorg! I love the last pic with the bouquet an books! Hope your week is going well doll xoxo

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  20. These are wonderful!! you always find the best, softest pictures :)

    xo,
    c

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  21. So gorgeous! I love every ounce of this post!! Mason jars, dahlias, vintage books ... swoon! XO

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  22. This is marvelous.
    xx
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  23. absolutely beautiful, lena...i love the colors!

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  24. its just an ideal, perfect, dream setting!

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  25. Beautiful inspiration. I just love the extra doses of texture in the fall designs.

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  26. Oh, now that is a pretty setting. Such lovely colours xx

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  27. Oh sweet poppies... such a lovesome boost of soothing color!

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  28. These are one of the nicest arrangements I have ever seen! wawwwwwwwww

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  29. This is my kinda heaven... those colours are gorgeous... and I love that wooden crate!! Sigh!!

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  30. Yum. this whole post reminds me of Fried Green Tomatos. I think this is how Ruth must have decorated.

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  31. Such a great tablesetting - so romantic :)

    And a lovely Sunday to you!

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  32. Mason jars with labeled stripey straws?! Um, fantastic!

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