Welcome Back!

We are thrilled to welcome visitors back to Lake Tahoe after the recent Caldor Fire. Thanks to the tireless work of all the front-line heroes and agencies who worked to protect our town and forests, Tahoe South is open and thriving. It’s the perfect time to secure your wedding date!
bride and groom holding bouquet

Fall weddings in Lake Tahoe are always a celebration of color (Photo courtesy of Nick Kavounis)

From the ceremony to the celebration, floral accents are the finishing touches for your fall Tahoe South wedding. And fall wedding flowers offer the perfect way to infuse your personality into whatever destination wedding venue you choose.

Take Your Pick
No matter the season in Lake Tahoe, you’re bound to be surrounded by a natural palette of the forest’s dazzling greens and the water’s sapphire blues. But the fall season brings gifts of striking golds and ravishing rusts and reds that add a special sort of magic to autumn weddings on the lake. Any complementary bloom you choose is bound to complete the perfection.

Go on Color Overload

blonde bride holding colorful bouquet

Are you a natural rule-breaker? Then why not wow your guests with a color overload for your fall wedding? (Photo courtesy of Taylor Harding)

Gerbera Daisies. Big, bold and long-lasting, they come in a wide variety of colors. Because they are available year-round, gerbera daisies are wedding budget-friendly, too.

Stick with the Classics

bride holding large fall boquet

Classic fall oranges and reds are always a winner for a fall wedding. (Photo courtesy of Valerie Elash)

Lilies. With clean and simple lines and meaning “magnificent beauty,” both Asiatic and Calla Lilies are in a palette ranging from rust orange to deep crimson. These flowers won’t wilt out of water for hours.

Bring the Burgundy Bliss

burgundy flowers in a vase

Ah, beautiful burgundy… it has to be one of the best colors fall has to offer. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Sikkema)

Dahlias. Perhaps the quintessential fall flower, they are bushy and grow in red, burgundy, orange and plum tones. With their “forever thine” meaning, they seem meant for weddings.

Go Rustic with Reds & Orange-Yellows

rustic bride holding orange bouquet

Fall weddings in Tahoe just beg for a rustic feel, and reds and orange-yellows are always generous givers. (Photo courtesy of David Kokainis)

Sunflowers. Symbolizing adoration and loyalty and considered more casual, they range from chocolate to combinations of orange or red and yellow, to golden yellow tones.

The Rose Knows Romance

bride holding a single rose

Roses are romantic by definition, and they grow all year in practically any color. Plus their petals make a magnificent aisle carpeting. (Photo courtesy of Katherine Hanlon)

Lush, rich hues and textures are trending for September through November weddings. Classic and dramatically large blooms rank among the most popular possibilities. Remember, your fall wedding colors will showcase your unique style. Casual or elegant, traditional or quirky, your blooms will blossom into vibrant memories for you and your guests.

Ensure the best for your high-elevation fall wedding by working with a professional Tahoe South florist. They have the experience and know-how you need!

Get more info about our beautiful South Lake Tahoe venues: Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel, The Ridge Tahoe, The Landing Resort and Spa, Lake Tahoe Cruises / Zephyr Cove Resort, Edgewood Tahoe, and Beach Retreat and Lodge at Tahoe.

And for additional information about planning your South Tahoe dream wedding, check out Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority (LTVA) website.