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5 Floral Trends For Fall 2023

Fall 2023 floral trends

Your wedding isn’t just a garden variety wedding, and your flowers shouldn’t be either! That’s why paying close attention to floral trends and details is such an essential element in decorating your wedding venue.

Here at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC, we’ve got your views covered with the stunning scenery of Tribeca and beyond, but we understand that you may need a little help deciding on your floral decor.

If you’re searching for ideas that don’t look dated or out-of-season, here are a few floral trends to consider for your fall wedding celebration!


While in the past, brides may have balked at silk flowers due to flower shortages and the improvement in the quality of silks in recent years, silk flowers are becoming a more popular option for wedding floral arrangements.

Whether you incorporate a few silk flowers here or there or go totally faux, today’s silk flowers look more realistic than ever. Plus, you’ll keep your bouquet forever and can hand it down for generations!

Seasonal Flare

While it’s not exactly a trend per se, using flowers in seasonally-appropriate colors is always in style. With fall wedding season here, look for deeper and jewel-toned flowers to help accent your wedding colors. Another benefit to seasonal colors is that they’re easier for your florist to source and, thus, may cost less than spring and summer flowers.

Scent-sational Flowers

While most flowers have their lovely aroma, some are more fragrant than others. This fall, A big trend is the use of some bolder scented flora, such as eucalyptus and lavender.

One of the benefits of having more fragrant flowers is that it can help create a calming environment, an invigorating or energized environment, or any other mood you’re trying to evoke with your ceremony.

Live Plants

With a more significant push to be environmentally friendly, many couples use live plants instead of fresh-cut flowers for their wedding centerpieces and decor. Your guests can then replant these plants, be brought home to decorate your living space, or donated to places like hospitals, senior centers, and urban gardens.

Oh, The Suspense

Depending on your venue, a dramatic new trend in floral decor is suspending flowers and greenery from the ceiling. Here at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC, our tall ceilings are perfect for dripping vines, cascading wisteria, or any other floral elements you wish to suspend.

Adding florals to the ceilings is a great way to make the venue feel more cozy and intimate and give the room more dimension. It’s a great way to make a large space feel smaller and create an aura of romance to enhance the look and feel of your big day.

Let Your Love Blossom

Planning your floral decor is a big part of your wedding’s overall look and feel, but remember, no matter the trends, what you want is the most important thing. Feel free to buck the trends if your heart is set on an older or classic style. It’s your big day, after all!

Remember, when it comes to decor, your venue matters too! To learn more about our venue space, please contact Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC today!


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