4 Simple Ways to Style Fall Flowers

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You know I’m all about simple, right?  I am about to jump headlong into picking out the finishes for our new home (still need to blog about that and I promise I will soon!) so simple around the house is my moto these days!  And, I love fall flowers so today I’m sharing 4 simple ways to style fall flowers for all of those special gathers coming up this season, or for just because!

Hype Up Your Hydrangeas

I love hydrangeas (don’t we all?!) so the first way I like to style my fall flowers is by using a bundle of my favorite fresh blooms (at least 3 large ones – my grocery store sells them 3 for $6.48) and then simply add some fresh eucalyptus, other greenery, or mums to them…

I’m sure you saw this image last week from my post on Simple, Modern Fall Decorating Ideas.

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4 Simple Ways To Style Fall Flowers

You can do the same thing with roses to give them a more fall feel…

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Maximize Your Mums

Combine different colors and types of mums for high impact.  Cut them at varying heights, add greenery and you’ll have a     beautiful, organic arrangement for a centerpiece or just because!

4 Simple Ways to Style Fall Flowers

One of my favorite ways also is to use mums inside the home (vs. out on the porch or patio) in a pretty pot.  I think it makes a unique statement and it’s so easy to do!

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Just Use Gorgeous Greenery

The easiest way to make a fall centerpiece is with grocery store greenery!  Eucalyptus and/or seeded eucalyptus (my favorite) can be beautiful all by itself in a white pitcher or in any favorite vase for a fall feel around the house.  Or, clip something from outside which will add even more meaning to your table or home!

4 Simple Ways To Style Fall Flowers

4 Ways To Style Fall Flowers

This greenery grows wild in the back of our rental and I love to clip it and bring it inside.  In the fall it gets these tiny white blooms on it that make it feel like fall in here.

4 Simple Ways To Style Fall Flowers

4 Simple Ways To Style Fall Flowers

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Combine All Your Favorites

Hydrangeas, mums, seeded eucalyptus and fancy cabbage are a few of mine for fall so I’ve combined them all here in this arrangement / centerpiece.  This one is more detailed and less simple but it’s a good way to use left over flowers or to create a nice centerpiece for Thanksgiving Day.

4 Simple Ways to Style Fall Flowers

And last but not least, I really love spider mums in a big vase all by themselves.  This particular mum makes such a big statement and can be beautiful as a centerpiece or anywhere in the home!

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4 Simple Ways To Style Fall Flowers

I hope you’ve enjoyed these 4 simple ways for styling your fall flowers!  If so I hope you will subscribe to the blog below.  Please also share you ideas with me in the comments section below – I love hearing from you!


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  1. I had purchased some fall colored flowers and white roses at Aldi and needed to beef up the bouquet a bit so I just added sedum from my yard, then a few dogwood leaves for the greenery. Sedum is such a beautiful fall flower in my opinion.

    1. Susan, thank you so much for your feedback! I just learned something new and I can’t wait to figure out what sedum is!! Thanks for stopping by the blog! xo

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