10 Fall Wedding Flower Tips | Wedding Flowers
Autumn Weddings – Which Flowers to Choose
Are you planning an autumn wedding? Away from the hectic scheduling and sometimes sticky weather conditions of the summer season, the months of September through to November are proving increasingly popular with wedding planners across the country.
The season also offers a number of beautiful floral options for bouquets, buttonholes and bridal accessories, as the happy couple-to-be discover there’s so much more available than deep autumnal oranges and browns.
Here are some of our favourite ideas for autumn wedding flowers:
Available all year round, roses represent an excellent option for autumnal weddings simply because they come in such a wide range of tones. They’re flexible too – able to make a statement on their own or as part of a larger flower collection. Some of the most popular colours in the last few months of the year include rich oranges and creams, so consider the Augusta Louise which has a gentle, inviting off-white hue, or a deep yellow Candelight Rose.
Whether you’d like them as part of a classic table decoration, or utilised simply on the groom’s buttonhole to complement the rest of his outfit, the versatility of roses makes them popular at weddings well into winter and perfect for a wide range of personalities.
With a flower that blossoms well into October, abelia is chosen by many brides because of its light, dainty aesthetics – complementing some of the harder colours and tones found in autumnal bouquets as it sits in between and above heavier flowers and foliage.
If you’re looking to add texture and a distinctive hue to your bouquets, berries are abundant during this season and an ideal addition to a bouquet. They can come in a range of different shapes and sizes but can really give a floral collection that little bit of something extra – for a great effect try a pink rose snowberry, which has a deliciously soft tone, or add ravishing two-tone hypericum berries for even more depth.
Slightly bigger than other berries, yet smaller than blooming flowers, rose hips become very fashionable in the autumn and on into winter. Their bright orange/red tone is a very effective way to make a statement and is a quintessentially British option for adding seasonal texture to a bouquet, or even as a way to pretty-up a church pew.
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