A mantel in your home offers a blank canvas, a place for you to experiment with your creativity. You can use a mantel to showcase framed photographs, or you can decorate it with garland, candles and plants, changing the ornamentation with each season. As the weather becomes crisper and you begin to spend more time inside, your mantel provides a backdrop for your relaxation time. A beautiful mantel display can set the mood for your favorite fall activities, whether it’s carving pumpkins, baking apple crisp, entertaining your Thanksgiving guests or cozying up by the fire with a good book. Here are a few of our favorite fall bouquets for your mantel that you’ll be proud to display.
This eye-catching arrangement comprises of stunning fall shades to create a full, multi-textured masterpiece. Peach asiatic lilies and white alstroemeria give this bouquet its wow factor. The use of orange roses in combination with red and yellow roses symbolizes a bridge between love and friendship. These flowers are finished with millet, eucalyptus, brown leaves and dusty miller, which provide varying textures and subtle greenery. It arrives in an elegant, rectangular bamboo vase, which complements but does not outshine the fall blooms.
For a twist on traditional fall colors, this bouquet is the embodiment of autumn serenity. This arrangement combines orange roses, orange asiatic lilies, yellow cushion spray chrysanthemums and peach hypericum with the textures of millet, brown leaves, dusty miller, lemon leaf and spiral eucalyptus. What really makes this bouquet stand out is the juxtaposition of delicate flowers with cattails and two succulents. These plants, which normally thrive in deserts, provide an unexpected twist on an otherwise traditional fall arrangement. The orange and yellow hues stand out against the neutral-colored bamboo rectangle vase.
You can’t help but feel rejuvenated when catching a glimpse of this stunning display. Red roses, bright sunflowers, bronze daisy mums and red carnations offer a vibrant rainbow of hues. Sprinkled throughout the arrangement are fresh bupleurum, salal and pitta negra. Especially notable are the lavender monte cassino asters, the birth flower of September. Asters symbolize faith, valor and wisdom, and the color purple represents royalty and grandeur. Mixing vibrant sunflowers, a flower often associated with summer, with September’s birth flower crosses quintessential aspects of summer and fall. It’s an ideal autumnal mantel decoration for those still holding on to barbecues and sunny afternoons.
This arrangement is one of Teleflora’s most autumnal displays, mixing foliage tones with muted, woodsy leaves. Bi-color orange roses and orange asiatic lilies bloom grandly. Yellow alstroemeria and dark orange carnations provide subtlety in size and texture, but boldness in color. Eucalyptus, lemon leaf and oak leaves provide greenery that allows the warm-toned plants to stand out. This bouquet arrives in a gorgeous antique silver-flecked vase that you can use repeatedly. Chic at all times of year, this vessel can hold other full arrangements or understated, whimsical bouquets. Placed on your mantel, this arrangement’s relaxing aromas and warm colors will have you dreaming of hot apple cider and knit sweaters.
For homes with classic features and beauty, placing an elegant bouquet on the mantel can add the perfect touch. Peach asiatic lilies are bold in size yet gentle in color and the understated carnations provide a delicate finish. The white and peach roses respectively stand for purity and modesty. Finished off with dusty miller, eucalyptus, brown oak leaves and lemon leaf, this natural-toned arrangement using contrasting textures to add a bit of edge to an otherwise dainty display. Held in a stunning glass vase, this autumnal bouquet will match any living room color scheme.