With the arrival of pumpkins, colder days, and falling leaves, the idea of fresh flower arrangements might seem unseasonal. But hold your horses! Flowers are a simple and effective way to celebrate the fall season and bring autumn into your home.
Today, the talented team at Down to Earth flowers shares their secrets to beautiful fall flower arrangements. This family-run, Snoqualmie-based flower shop and gift boutique is the creative force behind the weekly flower arrangements and many wedding floral decorations at TreeHouse Point.
Read on to learn tricks of the fall flower trade!
And don't miss the photos below of gorgeous Down to Earth flower arrangements from weddings and elopements at TreeHouse Point.
A Down to Earth fall flower arrangement includes seasonal berries, leaves, and a rich color palette of emerald greens, golden yellows, and ruby reds.
Down to Earth is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. Manager Alice curates the gift shop with many locally-made items.
Members of the talented team at Down to Earth. Alice (far left) says her team is inspired by the casual, natural elegance of the North West. Their floral style emphasizes local greenery, organic arrangement, and a fresh take on romanticism.
A Down to Earth fall flower arrangement at Nelson Treehouse and Supply bursts with vibrant colors and diverse textures. The cement vase provides a rugged and minimalist contrast to the vibrancy above.
An autumnal arrangement at the Down to Earth shop.
A touch of blue keeps the fall color palette fresh.
Alice loves building trust and collaborating with couples on unique arrangements for their weddings. She believes the event always dictates the floral design, and is honored to play a supportive role in the biggest moments in others' lives.
Down to Earth creates floral masterpieces for many weddings and elopements at TreeHouse Point.
Below is a selection of their TreeHouse Point arrangements, all of which would work splendidly for fall.
Are you feeling inspired to create your own fall floral arrangements? If you do, make sure to tag us on Instagram using #ntsfallflowers. And let us know your favorite flowers from this post in the comments below!
To the trees!